- Tesla on Friday confirmed its delayed annual investor meeting will happen with an in-person event on September 22, but it doesn't anticipate any "formal stockholder business" to occur.
- The company's much awaited "battery day," where it intends to show off its latest in electric powertrain prowess, will also happen the same day, it said in a regulatory filing.
- Both events have previously been delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic that's also forced shutdowns of Tesla's factories in California and China.
- It's not clear what, exactly, Tesla will show off at the battery event, but CEO Elon Musk has promised it to be one of the "most exciting" in Tesla's history.
- The event will be livestreamed.
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- Tesla's stock keeps ripping higher helping Elon Musk get even closer to his 2nd $1.8 billion payday
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