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Will Elon Musk still be CEO of Tesla on January 1, 2020?

Will Elon Musk still be the CEO of Tesla at the end of the year? The SEC is taking close notice of his recent activities, and the narrative seems to be shifting away from him.

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/07/teslas-elon-m…

Resolves as "Yes" if Musk is still the active Chief Executive Officer of Tesla Motors, Inc (TSLA).

Resolves as "No" if he is suspended, 'promoted to a strategic advisory role', or fired, or has resigned, or any other functionally equivalent outcome.

Resolves as ambiguous if he still retains the title 'CEO' but a new position has been created where a different person assumes significant aspects of the role he currently has.

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