Musk himself said Tesla would be evaluating the positions of contractors that work with Tesla, but aren't officially Tesla employees, when he spoke on the company's first-quarter conference call last week.
Berkshire Hathaway acquired See's sweets in 1972, and Buffett is famously fond of its peanut brittle- which he and his business partner Charlie Munger continuously munch on while answering questions for six hours at their shareholder meeting each year.
If you follow Elon Musk on Twitter, you'll already know that he's somewhat different to your average company CEO, and occasionally uses it to announce oddball spinoff projects, safe in the knowledge that a Retweet can get halfway around the world before a press release even has its shoes on. "I don't think he'd want to take us on in candy", the Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) CEO said Saturday during the conglomerate's annual meeting in Omaha.
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All bets are off the table if Musk is really serious about a candy company but the latest string of Twitter posts comes on the heels of his "cyborg dragon" announcement late last month. "They are nice in a sort of quaint, vestigial way". It's ridiculous, Warren does not intend to build an actual moat.
Munger also scoffed at Musk's perspective on moats.
One Twitter user also urged him to "just make Westworld real" because as the user claims, nobody wants candy, electric cars or rockets but Musk swiftly shut him down. "What matters is the pace of innovation, that is the fundamental determinant of competitiveness". Let's see how Musk creates Willy Wonka's chocolate factory in the coming years.
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