Another day brings news of another Tesla lawsuit. But this time, it's not from a disgruntled consumer. Walmart — the 0bn market cap mega-retailer — has alleged that Tesla’s solar panels caused fires at seven of its stores across the States. You can read the full thing here.The FT’s Mamta Badkar and Richard Waters have done a stellar write-up of the suit, but we thought it was worth picking a few of the more eye-opening paragraphs from the document.First is that after the fires, Walmart said it hired some consultants to visit its solar installations with Tesla personnel, just to check on what might be going wrong with the panels. It didn’t like what it saw:For example, solar panels across the inspected sites contained numerous hotspots--or localised areas of increased and excessive
FT Alphaville considers the following as important:
This could be interesting, too:
Bradford DeLong writes Josiah Ober: The Greeks and the Rational: The Discovery of Practical Reasons
Bradford DeLong writes Brad DeLong's Grasping Reality 2019-09-18 21:47:07
Joseph E. Gagnon writes A Hawkish Rate Cut? No.
Tyler Cowen writes Why we will end up piercing the corporate veil
Another day brings news of another Tesla lawsuit. But this time, it's not from a disgruntled...