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23 October 2019 By Antony Currie

Tesla’s CEO brought in less money selling more electric cars last quarter, but he reduced expenses broadly enough to make a profit. Even the troubled SolarCity franchise picked up. A nearly 20% after-hours share-price pop suggests some bets that Musk is finally getting on track.

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