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Elon Musk Biographer Calls Wall Street Cynicism 'Depressing And Ignorant'

When Elon Musk announced his bid to merge his two publicly-traded companies into one, Wall Street recoiled. On the face of it, the billionaire Silicon Valley titan wanted to marry Tesla Motors’ battery storage technology with SolarCity’s solar panels and software, creating a vertically integrated clean energy juggernaut. But both companies burn through cash and face significant headwinds as Tesla struggles to deliver its cars on schedule and a finicky solar market lashes SolarCity.
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