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The Man Who Moved Tesla’s Headquarters to Another Building

The Man Who Moved Tesla’s Headquarters to Another Building

Meet the projection activist who just trolled Elon Musk on Twitter’s headquarters

Elon Musk has a little more power than most people realize. He owns almost all the equity in his company, Tesla. In fact, Musk owns more than 50 percent of the company’s shares. And he holds the keys to Tesla’s office in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley, the place where Elon Musk gets his inspiration for his electric roadsters and electric truck.

That’s why last month — just two months after Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced a radical new vehicle — Tesla began the process of moving its headquarters to another building in the city. The decision came as a surprise to many in the community. Elon Musk also created a tweet campaign that could have sparked a massive protest in the headquarters building — but his critics couldn’t make it to the offices.

But not all of Tesla’s detractors are as influential as the man who has the keys to Tesla’s headquarters building. And not all of Elon Musk’s critics are as influential as the man who’s building electric trucks and electric cars.

Meet the people who have used their Twitter account to troll Elon Musk and his team.

Jeff Weiner

Jeff Weiner, a man of few words who manages to communicate with the media through 140 characters, has emerged as Tesla’s most vocal critic. He’s been the lone voice in the Tesla HQ camp against the relocation, and he’s also taken to Twitter to rant about the move.

“Tesla is moving to another office,” Weiner tweeted on Jan. 10, 2020. “I don’t think they have the right to tear down one of the most iconic spaces in Silicon Valley.”

But as it turns out, Elon Musk hasn’t torn the building down. And it’s not as though he’s trying to tear down Musk’s headquarters building. Actually, it’s not as though Musk is trying to tear down the building even though he did tweet that he wants Tesla to move out of its building.

The Tesla HQ building has become synonymous with Musk himself — because that’s where he got his idea for Tesla and his vision for the company.

It’s not as if Tesla HQ

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