Tesla 'forces' employees to return to work

Elon Musk defies orders from US government officials and reopens a car plant

Tesla 'forces' employees to return to work

Tesla Inc told US employees to return to work on Monday (11 May) despite officials’ orders for the company to stay closed.

CEO Elon Musk resumed operations at the firm’s only car plant in the US, reported Bloomberg, going against orders from county officials.

In a tweet, he acknowledged he was risking arrest for himself and his employees. “If anyone is arrested, I ask that it only be me,” he wrote.

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