Tesla Fires Employee Over Sabotage, Report Says
An internal email sent Monday by Al Prescott, Tesla's (NASDAQ: TSLA) vice president for legal and legal advice, describes a recent sabotage incident at the company's Fremont, California factory, according to Bloomberg. Tesla is currently still in litigation with another former Nevada Gigafactory employee who was fired in 2018 after being accused of hacking the company's systems. In June 2018, Tesla fired process engineer Martin Tripp from Nevada after the company accused him of hacking into computers and sharing proprietary data with a reporter.
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