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Tesla Reveals 25% of Their US Management is Asian American


Tesla released their 2020 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Impact Report for U.S. operations last week showing that Asian Americans make up more than 20% of their workforce and management, far more than any other underrepresented community.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Asian Americans made up only 6% of the U.S. workforce in 2018. Past data has also shown that in the U.S., Asian Americans are the least likely to be promoted to management positions. 

Elon Musk Wins the Internet With Bizarre ‘Uncle’ Dance at Tesla Factory in China

Elon Musk sent a large audience — and later the greater internet — into a frenzy when he tried to pull a John Travolta during a Tesla presentation in Shanghai on Tuesday.

The 48-year-old, who shared a clip of it himself on Twitter, was celebrating the opening of a $2 billion Gigafactory in the city, as well as the first deliveries of locally-made Model 3 units to customers.

Taiwanese Man Complained of Autopilot Problems Before Dying in Tesla Model X Crash

A new update in the investigation of a fatal car crash involving a Tesla Model X in Mountain View, California, revealed that the vehicle was running on autopilot when the gruesome accident happened that took the life of 38-year-old Taiwanese engineer Walter Huang.

The driver was reportedly driving his Tesla Model X SUV on autopilot on Highway 101 in Mountain View on March 23. While on his way to work, the car suddenly slammed into a concrete median barrier that caused it to burst into flames.

Princeton Professor Quits Job to Challenge Tech Giants With Self-Driving Car Startup

Princeton University’s Dr. Jianxiong Xiao decided to quit being a professor last year to pursue an ambitious startup that would soon pit him against established tech giants battling for superiority in the self-driving car industry.

Known among his students and peers as “Professor X”, the brilliant computer vision professor and founding director of Princeton’s Computer Vision and Robotics Labs had begun setting his sights in developing self-driving cars for cheap.

South Korean Celebrity Sues Tesla, Threatens to Use Celebrity Status to Hurt Company After Crash

South Korean actor Ji Chang Son is suing Tesla Motors claiming that his Model X suddenly accelerated on its own while he was parking it in his garage.

In the lawsuit, which was filed on Friday, he said the luxury Model X, Tesla’s first sport utility vehicle launched in 2015, rammed through his living room and injured him and his son, who was a passenger.