Tesla Stock Is Sliding After Allegations Of Injuries And Hidden Safety Issues
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The news site Reveal is alleging serious safety malpractices at Tesla factories. Employees interviewed by the Center for Investigative Reporting say injuries were deliberately kept off the books. Following the story's publication, Tesla's stock fell more than 3% Monday. In one situation, safety lead Justine White warned her superiors repeatedly about production floor hazards, sending emails to the head of human resources, CEO Elon Musk's chief of staff, and finally even to Musk himself, and received no response. A Tesla spokesperson responded to Reveal's investigation, refuting the allegations.