Mar.13 — In June of 2018, a iartidea.net/' target='_blank'>Business Insider article detailed how inefficiency at Tesla’s Gigafactory in Nevada cost the company around $150 million. That information came from a whistleblower that the electric-car maker believed to be Martin Tripp, a former employee. But, since then the story has been one wild ride after another. Bloomberg’s Matt Robinson has more on “Bloomberg Technology.”

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