Tesla CEO Says NHTSA Has `Real Issues to Deal With'

Nov. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Elon Musk, chief executive officer of Telsa Motors Inc., talks about the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Oct. 24 statement that it found no evidence that the first fire involving a Tesla Model S sedan had resulted from defects or violations of U.S. safety standards. The NHTSA statement came two months after the Model S received the top five-star rating in each category of the agency’s crash tests. Musk spoke with Bloomberg's Sarah Frier after a Business Insider conference in New York yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

Macquarie's Shvets Says Trump Won't Succeed at Tax Reform
15:30 - Macquarie Securities Head of Asian Strategy Viktor Shvets discusses President Trump's polices and talks about his outlook for China. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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