In this first update, after Tesla's stock hit $1,000, today it hit a low of $936 at market close.
Tesla safety boss tries to calm factory workers, some are concerned about lax coronavirus precautions
Tesla's Laurie Shelby emailed employees on Thursday claiming the company has "had zero COVID-19 workplace transmissions" since restarting operations in May. However, some workers remain worried about lax safety precautions.
The electric-car company's stock pulled back after crossing $1,000 for the first time earlier this week.
Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley nicked Tesla Inc., saying there are risks investors might be ignoring as they rewarded he company with a dizzying valuation.