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TSLA Jun 2025 270.000 put

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98.780.00 (0.00%)
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Previous close98.78
Expiry date2025-06-20
Day's range98.78 - 98.78
Contract rangeN/A
Open interest733
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    CEO pay at levels not seen since the Gilded Age: Expert

    Tesla (TSLA) shareholders voted to approve CEO Elon Musk's massive pay package, valued at $46 billion based on the company's current stock price. Musk's next battle will be convincing a Delaware judge to ratify the compensation package after a Delaware judge struck the original 2018 pay package down earlier this year. This victory marks yet another chief executive who has defied the odds and are pushing the boundaries of their own compensation parameters. Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Lecturer Gautam Mukunda sits down with Yahoo Finance to discuss the massive growth and shifts in CEO pay, which he describes at being levels not seen since the Second Industrial Revolution in the late 19th Century. "The Gilded Age was followed by an age of the Progressive ERA, ages of reform, when you are in the United States, where median income has basically stagnated for about 45 years, I think people are going to push back and say, does it make a lot of sense for however valuable you might think a CEO is?" the Picking Presidents Author asks, later adding: "It would not be surprising for society to push on that and say, well, it is time for there to be a reform movement to get this under, to get this rebalanced in a way that's healthier for the rest of us." Referring to Musk's own pay package at Tesla, Mukunda plainly states: "Presumably, if he asks for a bigger one, he's going to have to generate the same kind of returns that he did before. Given Tesla's current market cap, it's in almost half $1 trillion." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination Overtime. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan. Catch up on Yahoo Finance's coverage of all things Tesla, Elon Musk, and his pay package saga: EV competitors like Ford, GM are 'scared' of Tesla: Investor 'Don't fire Steve Jobs': Tesla analysts react to approval of Elon Musk's pay package 'Hold on Tesla and wait,' don't buy right now: Strategist Tesla is in 'incredibly enviable' position for real-world AI Tesla is biggest market bubble in world history: Short seller Don't bet against Elon Musk: Dan Ives talks $1T Tesla call Elon Musk wins Tesla shareholder battle to keep his record-breaking pay Elon Musk has been integral to Tesla's growth, AI: Cathie Wood Musk's pay battle is not over. Here's why.

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    Tesla bulls and short sellers, French stocks pull back: Morning Brief

    It's Friday morning, but even the stock market can't afford to take a three-day weekend! Morning Brief Hosts Seana Smith and Brad Smith guide investors through the leading industry stories and into the day's market open. Wall Street and tech investors are abuzz about Tesla (TSLA) and what CEO Elon Musk's pay package — valued at around $46 billion in the company's current stock price — is indicating about the future growth of the EV maker. Wedbush Securities Managing Director & Senior Equity Analyst Dan Ives details his latest forecast stipulating Tesla's market cap could be over $1 trillion in 2025. Clean Energy Transition CEO and Portfolio Manager Per Lekander later chimes in on why he believes Tesla is "the biggest stock market bubble in history" and that it could be "the next Enron." In stock news, Apple (AAPL) continues to hold the most valuable company title at the open after it's market cap surpassed Microsoft's (MSFT). France's CAC 40 (^FCHI) exchange takes a hit, falling by well over 2% as political tensions over France's snap election create unease in the market. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

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    'Don't fire Steve Jobs': Tesla analysts react to approval of Elon Musk's pay package

    Tesla stock slipped slightly on Friday after shareholders reapproved Elon Musk’s record-breaking pay pact, removing a big overhang on the stock as investors blessed the controversial compensation plan.