Elon Musk asks all job candidates this one question

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Even if you never anticipate sitting down with the Tesla CEO, figuring out your answer to this simple question can improve how you perform in an interview. Back in 2017, Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla was asked how he hires team members. He explained that he asks job candidates one simple but important question: “Tell me about some of the most difficult problems you worked on and how you solved them.” Read Full Story

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These are the interview questions candidates hate the most

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In a recent survey, people ranked these questions as the worst to answer during an interview. If you’re ever in a position to be interviewed by Elon Musk for a job at Tesla or SpaceX, chances are he’ll ask you this: “You’re standing on the surface of the Earth. You walk one mile south, one mile west and one mile north. You end up exactly where you started. Where are you?” Read Full Story

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Did Elon Musk steal Tesla? Here’s why the CEO is rebutting long-time allegations on Twitter

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Musk’s tweets attacking Tesla cofounder Martin Eberhard are the latest in a decades-long feud for credit over who founded Tesla. On Sunday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk responded to longtime allegations that he “stole” Tesla from one of the company’s original founders, Martin Eberhard. In reply to a Twitter thread from user @enn_nafnlaus that details a chronological timeline of Tesla’s founding, Musk’s original investment into the startup, and Eberhard’s exit as CEO, Musk said : “ When Eberhard was fired from the Tesla CEO role in mid 2007 for providing false information to me & the board, no one left with him. That says it all. ” Read Full Story

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Tesla hits a major milestone: It’s now made 1 million cars

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It took Tesla 17 years to make its one-millionth car after the company’s founding in 2003. Electric vehicle maker Tesla has hit a major milestone. The company’s CEO Elon Musk has announced on Twitter that it’s one-millionth car has rolled off the production line. In the tweet, Musk said, “Congratulations Tesla team on making our 1,000,000th car!!” And included a picture of the one-millionth Tesla vehicle, a Model Y, as well as a photo of Tesla team members. Read Full Story

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