A mere 20 hours after Elon Musk announced over the tweetwaves that he might take Tesla private, six members of the board weighed in:
That isn’t an excerpt; it’s the whole thing (fun fact: it would fit comfortably inside two tweets). Yet brevity is probably the best strategy at this point. Because if this statement was supposed to allay any concerns about Musk’s bombshell, it is somewhat lacking. Start with the fact that tweet-stock suspension-company announcement-official board statement is the exact opposite of the sequence you would expect for a large, publicly traded company.