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Musk Wants Shareholders to Vote – Again – on His $56 Billion Pay Plan

Musk Wants Shareholders to Vote – Again – on His $56 Billion Pay Plan

Elon Musk took a big hit to the wallet in January when a Delaware judge rejected the $56 billion payout he was awarded by Tesla. The decision, along with Tesla’s weakened stock price, briefly knocked Musk off his perch as the world’s richest man. Now, Tesla is asking its shareholders to vote again on the pay plan while proposing other changes that would make it less likely future proposals could run into legal trouble.

General Motors Moving HQ – But Not Very Far

General Motors Moving HQ – But Not Very Far

For the fourth time in its more than 100-year history, General Motors is moving its corporate headquarters – but it isn’t going very far. The automaker will relocate from the current, facility along the Detroit River to the city’s newest highrise 1.2 miles away. The move was driven by a variety of factors, said GM CEO Mary Barra, including the need for less office space following the COVID pandemic.

BMW Bringing Product Blitz in Bid to Lock Luxury Market Leadership

BMW Bringing Product Blitz in Bid to Lock Luxury Market Leadership

It was a good year for BMW, the automaker gaining traction in most global markets while setting an all-time record in the U.S. To keep the momentum going, the automaker is planning a product blitz that will see nearly 40 new models come to market over the next half-decade, including an assortment of battery-electric vehicles, EVs already generating about 13% of the Bavarian automakers U.S. sales.

Tesla Cutting 10% of Workforce Globally, Implementing Other Changes

Tesla Cutting 10% of Workforce Globally, Implementing Other Changes

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is reacting to the EV maker’s sluggish sales by cutting 10% of the company’s global workforce, according to reports. Additionally, he’s making other personnel changes aimed at reducing overhead. The move comes 10 days after he slashed prices on vehicles to stimulate sales. Find out more at Headlight.News.

Showdown in Tennessee: VW Workers to Vote on the UAW

Showdown in Tennessee: VW Workers to Vote on the UAW

Barely a week from now the 4,000 workers at the Volkswagen of America plant in Chattanooga will begin voting on whether they want to join the United Auto Workers in the first test of the UAW’s effort to sign up workers at the foreign-owned automotive plants that have popped up across the United States over the last four decades.