The electric car maker Tesla Inc pushed its profit timeline back once again after financial targets in the Q2. Tesla also announced that its chief technology officer is leaving the company. A loss in the last quarter was deeper than expected. In spite of the record supplies in the quarter the company’s income came in lighter than experts predicted. Furthermore, margins reduced this quarter and added to the company’s problems in delivering profit going forward.
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