Elon Musk addresses Twitter employees, Ferrari wants majority electric cars and a new Guinness record is broken
Elon Musk addressed Twitter employees for the first time since announcing plans to buy the platform. Musk told them he wants Twitter to be a place for free speech. He said he prefers to have employees in the office, but added if somebody is exceptional at their job, they may work remotely.
Ferrari says 60 percent of its cars will be electrified by 2026. It is aiming to launch 15 new models by then, spending over $4 billion dollars developing hybrids or all electric vehicles. It hopes to be carbon neutral by 2030.
An old record literally fell in Indianapolis. Workers at a recycling company set a Guinness record, toppling more than 2,900 laptops like dominoes. They hope the feat highlights the the importance of recycling electrical waste.