After Sour Note With Analysts, Musk Tweets a Sweet Message

After all, in 2016, Musk started up the neurotechnology company Neuralink, which will allegedly be building computer-brain interfaces where special implants are surgically placed inside the brains of humans, thereby allowing humans to "achieve symbiosis with machines".

In the wars between billionaire entrepreneurs the public are merely witnesses on the sidelines, but hopefully we'll benefit from the healthy competition and actually get that candy company Musk seems to be dreaming up.

On Saturday, Warren Buffett and his business partner, Charles Munger, shot back. For Elon Musk, it's candy.

Elon Musk says his tunnel-digging venture, The Boring Company, will also be going into the brick business.

It was during that call when Musk said that Tesla's use of third-party contractors had "really gotten out of control", and that there was about to be "a lot of barnacle removal" going on at Tesla's facilities. It's ridiculous, Warren does not intend to build an actual moat. Over the weekend at the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders meeting, Buffett said the digital currency is "probably rat poison squared". "They are nice in a sort of quaint, vestigial way".

Musk caught wind of this and retweeted a story about it, along with a link from the movie Trolls, possibly because he knew he was about to troll Buffett on Twitter, big time. But if your only defence against invading armies is a moat, you will not last long. "I am super super serious". "What matters is the pace of innovation, that is the fundamental determinant of competitiveness".

In another tweet, Musk recently made a new, "sweeter" announcement.

During the annual Berkshire Hathaway meeting Saturday, CEO Warren Buffett offered some advice to Tesla's Elon Musk: Stay away from See's sweets.

If you've read the headline and are asking yourself, why the CEO of an electric vehicle company would start a candy business, then we have one word for you: flamethrower.

  • Jon Douglas