Elon Musk said in court Wednesday that he does not want to be the CEO of any company.
Musk said he would rather not be President of Tesla and never needed to be Chief of any organization, while affirming his administration of Twitter is not at all permanent.
He additionally explained his perspective on the Protections and Trade Commission, which he’s offended previously.
He as of late obtained web-based entertainment monster Twitter and selected himself as the Chief, adding to his obligations as the President and “technoking” of electric vehicle producer Tesla, and President and CTO of the U.S. protection worker for hire SpaceX.
Musk and Tesla are amidst a preliminary in Delaware over the 2018 Chief compensation bundle the organization conceded him, an unmatched pay plan that has made Musk a centi-tycoon and the most extravagant individual on earth.
Investor Richard J. Tornetta has sued Musk and Tesla claiming that the Chief pay was inordinate and that its approval by the Tesla board added up to a break of its guardian obligation.