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  • A San Francisco federal court decided Monday that Tesla must pay a former worker, Owen Diaz, about $137 million after he endured a hostile work environment and racist abuse working there as an elevator operator.
  • According to his attorneys, the case was only able to move forward because Diaz had not signed one of Tesla’s mandatory arbitration agreements which the company uses to force employees to resolve disputes without a public trial.
  • A shareholder activist, Nia Impact Capital, has asked Tesla’s board to study the effects of mandatory arbitration agreements on the company, voicing concern that they enable harassment and other problems.


7 Oct 2021, 17:23 UTC · by Gustavo Henrique Ruffo
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Posted on October 7, 2021
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The freight traffic center in the Gruenheide region east of Berlin. Tesla plans to build its new European Gigafactory in a huge forest nearby.
Patrick Pleul | picture alliance via Getty Images

Tesla has started notifying those who applied to attend the company’s “Giga Fest” event at Gigafactory Berlin whether they can attend the county fair-style event the automaker will use to kick off the grand opening of the facility.

In late 2019, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that the electric automaker would build its first European production facility in Brandenburg, a State in Germany. Labeled “Gigafactory Berlin” due to its relative distance to the notable city, Tesla plans to launch production at the plant later this year, after over 18 months of land development and building construction.

Now that the production facility is nearing its initial days of manufacturing operation, Tesla planned to kick off the facility’s grand opening with a county fair-style event known as the “Giga Fest.” Scheduled for Saturday, October 9, the event will feature factory tours, Model Y test drives, and manufacturing equipment demonstrations. Tesla described the event on the Giga Fest website:


“Tesla opens the doors of its Gigafactory in Grünheide on October 9, 2021, and invites citizens of Berlin and Brandenburg to a County Fair. Join us to experience the most advanced electric vehicle production plant in the world. You’ll have the opportunity to see behind the scenes during a Factory Tour, visit on-site booths, join various activities and ride along in Model Y—our newest electric car to arrive in Europe. Local food trucks will provide catering during the event.”

Tesla plans to have 9,000 guests at the event. However, earlier this week it was reported that Tesla had to apply for a waiver that would help it sidestep local restrictions on large group gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Current restrictions only allow 5,000 people at events that are considered to be “large group gatherings.” Tesla’s waiver, which is expected to be approved, would allow the company to invite 9,000 guests. However, Tesla evidently received more applications than it could grant into invitations and sent emails turning some potential guests away.


A Teslarati reader, Daniel from Stuttgart, shared the email with us, which said:

“Hello Daniel,
Thank you for your interest in taking part in our Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg County Fair.


Unfortunately, the number of applicants has greatly exceeded the capacity for the event. For this reason, we regret to inform you that your application was not successful.


Thank you for your understanding.

Kind regards,
Your Tesla team.”

Tesla also sent invitations earlier this week

Tesla also started sharing invitations with those who were approved to come to the event. Alex Voigt shared his invitation, which stated:

“With this ticket, you are cordially invited to the Factory Tour and Musical Events in the event. We are pleased to have some great bands and DJs present that will keep the party going.”

It’s official- I’ll be at the Giga Berlin County Fair and report for all who can’t join in person pic.twitter.com/YdflNhFEAk
— Alex (@alex_avoigt) October 3, 2021

Details about the Factory Tour pic.twitter.com/876DXf8g9N
— Alex (@alex_avoigt) October 3, 2021

Don’t hesitate to contact us with tips! Email us at tips@teslarati.com, or you can email me directly at joey@teslarati.com.9

Mark Harris@meharris / 5:46 PM GMT+2•October 8, 2021
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Image Credits: Getty Images


 

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The Tesla manipulation verses SCC (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission).

QTR #268 - Gamma Squeezes, Mainstream Media Morons & A Case For Uranium
Oct 22, 2021



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Early life and education
Gensler was born into a Jewish family,[8] in Baltimore, Maryland, one of five children of Jane (née Tilles) and Sam Gensler.[9] Sam Gensler was a cigarette and pinball machine vendor to local bars,[10] and he provided Gensler with his first exposure to the real-world side of finance when Sam would take Gensler to the bars of Baltimore to count nickels from the vending machines.[8]

Gensler graduated from Pikesville High School in 1975,[11] where he was later given a Distinguished Alumnus award.[12] Gensler graduated with a degree in economics, summa cum laude, after three years at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania,[13] followed by a master's in business administration the following year.[11] Gensler's identical twin brother also studied at the University of Pennsylvania.[14] As an undergraduate, Gensler joined the University of Pennsylvania crew team as a coxswain, dropping his weight to 112 pounds to keep the boat at its proper weight.[11]

 

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Elon's still an Idiot..!

Nov 01, 2021 • 12 hours ago • 1 minute read






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Snip: Publié le 13/01/2020 à 23h20 |
When word got out last year that disgraced multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein had been known to fraternize with Silicon Valley moguls, Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk was quick to release a statement minimizing their relationship: He had attended a dinner organized by LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman where Epstein was present, he said, and "was at his house in Manhattan for about 30 minutes in the middle of the afternoon" at the urging of his then-wife, Talulah Riley, who wanted to meet him "for a novel she was writing." He was "obviously a creep," Musk told Vanity Fair.

But the social connection between Epstein and Musk may be more complicated than that, Business Insider has learned. Jeffrey Epstein was in regular contact with Elon's brother Kimbal Musk, the tech millionaire turned restaurateur who serves on the boards of his older brother's companies Tesla and SpaceX, according to two people familiar with their relationship.

It's unclear how Epstein and Kimbal Musk met initially, but they saw each other occasionally because Kimbal was dating a woman in Epstein's entourage at the time, the people said. The woman had previously dated Epstein and lived in an apartment building that Epstein's brother owned, which Epstein had used to house people close to him, including models from Eastern Europe.




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Musk sees Bernie Sanders as a total joke.
If I were Bernie I wouldn't care, seen Musk's new 'Tesla Robot'? It's a dancer in spandex but still the sheep still cheer, just like they do for the ALDI motorbike gear that they call a spacesuit. A spacesuit that's allegedly been tested but it's impossible to find any footage of it operating in a vacuum. Just like all the other spacesuits throughout history.
 
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