Reuters – Tesla's new CEO has become 55-year-old Robyn Denholm, and his appointment is due to the fulfillment of commitments imposed on companies by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) after the company, its business, however, investors, with their twin years, were rocked by current president and biggest co-owner, Elon Musk. Denholom has been in Tesla's administration for four years, has been in charge of the Internal Audit Department and has been the company's best paid director of five million per year. Before that he worked at the Telstra Australian telecommunications company and local Toyota.
The question is whether the replacement will be fulfilled by the SEC; in the completion text, which is concluded with Tesla, it is syntax that the company will place an "independent" in the head of administration. This is an elusive term, but Denhlom has sat in administration, when Elon Musk, during the presentation of business results, announced to investors how much production of the Model 3 would – which was just beginning to be realized – and this summer, when the announcement of the withdrawal of the stock exchange company ensure that funding for this step is guaranteed.
The SEC representative was not ready to give an explanation to reporters about this, while Tesla's shares ended the trade with a higher percentage.