Elon Musk, Tesla Sued, Earnings Reports May Become Obsolete

  • END OF EARNINGS?: Publicly traded companies complain all the time about having to report their earnings on a quarterly basis. Harvard Business Review explores what would happen if they were no longer required to do so.

  • GEN Z WORKS: Generation Z — born from 1996 onward — is coming to the workforce, The Wall Street Journal reports. Here's what they want from work. 

  • TESLA UPDATE: Short seller Andrew Left of Citron Research is suing Tesla and Elon Musk, claiming that his tweets artificially inflated the company's stock price, Institutional Investor reports.