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The Wall Street Journal 10 October, 2021 - 04:33am

Why is Elon Musk moving to Texas?

One of the richest people in the world, with a net worth of roughly $200 billion, Musk personally moved from California to Texas last year in part because he didn't like that local officials were taking the coronavirus seriously. Vanity FairElon Musk Decides Now Is a Great Time to Force His Employees to Move to Texas

Is Tesla HQ moving to Austin?

Tesla is moving its headquarters to Austin. Elon Musk announced the move during the 2021 Annual Shareholders meeting Thursday afternoon at the new Gigafactory in Del Valle. ... Tesla has proven to be such an important company in Austin, partly because it is offering 10,000 jobs here," said Huffman. FOX 7 AustinTesla moving headquarters to Austin, Texas

When Will Tesla move to Texas?

The Semi, originally planned to launch in 2020, has been delayed to 2023, as has the Roadster that was first unveiled in 2017. Yesterday, at Tesla's 2021 shareholder meeting, CEO Elon Musk announced that Tesla will officially move it headquarters to Austin, Texas. Car and DriverTesla Headquarters Will Move to Texas, Says CEO Elon Musk

Did Elon Musk move to Texas?

Mr Musk moved his home to Texas from California at the end of last year to focus on Tesla's new car manufacturing plant there. His SpaceX rocket company has a launch site in the southern tip of Texas. BBC NewsTesla: Elon Musk says company headquarters will move to Texas

Port delays, Covid-19 outbreaks and worker shortages have snarled the flow of products between Asia and North America, threatening the supplies of everything from holiday decorations and toys to appliances and furniture. It is taking roughly 80 days to transport goods across the Pacific, or twice as long as before the pandemic, retail and shipping executives said.

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Biggest U.S. Retailers Charter Private Cargo Ships to Sail Around Port Delays

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Port delays, Covid-19 outbreaks and worker shortages have snarled the flow of products between Asia and North America, threatening the supplies of everything from holiday decorations and toys to appliances and furniture. It is taking roughly 80 days to transport goods across the Pacific, or twice as long as before the pandemic, retail and shipping executives said.

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