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Tesla Investors Have a Message for Musk: Stop Wasting Time on Twitter

Devotees of the electric car maker are growing increasingly frustrated with the billionaire CEO’s distractions. 

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Fed up with Elon Musk’s antics on Twitter, longtime Tesla Inc. investor Trevor Goodwin recently sold $30,000 of the electric car company’s stock. 

Goodwin, 46, started investing in Tesla about five years ago, and he and his wife both own vehicles from the company. He once talked up the cars to all his friends. Now, he’s offloaded most of his shares, keeping only about $500 worth. He said he’s no longer willing to deal with the erratic behavior of its billionaire chief executive officer.