Tesla's CEO causes stock exchange turmoil with emotional interview

Elon Musk's recent interview with the New York Times caused Tesla's share price to fall

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Tesla's equity is still in steep decline following CEO Elon Musk telling The New York Times in an interview that he is taking a personal toll from his work and needs to take the tranquilizer Ambien in order sleep.

In the emotionally charged interview, he recounted that "This past year has been the most difficult and painful year of my career," he said, continuing, "It was excruciating."

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