Mr. Hedge – The Sleeping Bag CEO
This A-list CEO talks about sleeping on the factory floor.
He believes it represents a form of boasting about his work ethic, and devotion to his company.
The reality is that a megalomaniac has built himself a massive empire, full of lies – and he can feel the foundation buckling underneath him now. Dig beneath the financial people I referred to a couple weeks ago, you will see that almost every other key executive has fled his company in recent months.
His head of sales.
Many key leaders in technology and manufacturing.
The sleeping bag story is a desperate act, by a desperate man.
The play is in its final stages.
Our CEO can feel the walls closing in on him.
See that network interview he did very recently.
He clearly appears very uncomfortable, and for very good reasons.
Elon Musk addresses Tesla Model 3 production delays in CBS interview
Elon Musk recently talked about the ongoing Model 3 production delays in an interview with CBS This Morning’s Gayle King. During his conversations with the news anchor, Musk addressed the Model 3’s delays and even touched on the issue of reservation holders who have canceled their orders for the car.
In post-interview statement on CBS This Morning, King noted that Musk ultimately admitted that manufacturing the Model 3 has been harder than he initially thought. Despite this, however, the CEO stated that he has several strategies in mind that he believes will make a difference and accelerate the production ramp of the mass market compact electric car.
Musk’s decision to go back to sleeping on the Fremont factory’s floor echoes much of Tesla’s challenges during the initial days of the Model X’s production. As we noted in a report from May 2016, Musk revealed in an earnings call that he literally had a sleeping bag at the end of the Model X production line. – Source