The Tesla cofounder got in hot water with the Securities and Exchange Commission this summer and explains to Lesley Stahl how his tweeting has been reined in as a result.
60 Minutes first met the visionary CEO in 2008. In an interview with Lesley Stahl this week, he admits that back then, he thought Tesla would likely fail
Some of the most noteworthy moments from Lesley Stahl's chat with the Tesla CEO
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