August 31, 2015


Analysis

Musk jumps the electric car industry

Tesla became a rarity when CEO Elon Musk pledged that its auto inventions will be free for anyone to use 'in good faith'; Musk wants to apply the contrarian style that has already made him millions of dollars to revolutionize the litigious world of patents.

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Tesla became a rarity when CEO Elon Musk pledged that its auto inventions will be free for anyone to use 'in good faith'; Musk wants to apply the contrarian style that has already made him millions of dollars to revolutionize the litigious world of patents.

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