Tesla wins dismissal of Model 3 court case

Tom Allen
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The electric auto maker really needed a win after several months of "production hell"

Tesla has not had an easy time of it lately. The company has been facing scrutiny over its plans to go private, which fell through last week, as well as facing accusations of spying on employees. ...

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