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Tesla conducted massive layoffs, including senior executives

Tesla, the American electric vehicle manufacturer, is undergoing a substantial reduction in its workforce. Following a previous reduction of 10% in its global workforce, fresh reports suggest that Tesla is now laying off even more employees, including senior executives and long-time veterans of the brand.

Notably, Tesla has reportedly let go of its entire Supercharging team, along with the executive responsible for negotiating the adoption of NACS (North American Charging Standard) across the industry.

The scope of the layoffs appears to be extensive, impacting various departments within the company. Tesla has reportedly implemented shifts in production at its Texas Gigafactory and terminated several teams associated with critical projects. Among those affected are key executives, including Drew Baglino, who had been with the company for 18 years and played a leading role in the 4680 cell project. Additionally, Rohan Patel, who served as the head of Policy and Business Development, is also said to have been let go. Furthermore, reports indicate that Tesla has disbanded its entire advertising team.

In an email communication, CEO Elon Musk reportedly finalized further layoffs, including the departure of Rebecca Tinucci, Tesla's Senior Director of EV Charging, along with her approximately 500-person team. However, some members of this team are expected to be reassigned to other roles within the company.

Elon Musk has been quoted in reports expressing a desire for Tesla to take a stringent approach to reducing headcount, emphasizing the importance of excellence and trustworthiness among the company's employees.

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