Tesla Inc’s largest shareholder expressed its support for CEO Elon Musk, however acknowledged that it was open to a different position for the electric automaker’s founder and CEO, Barron’s reported on Tuesday.
“We wouldn’t be against him having a different role,” James Anderson, head of global equities for Baillie Gifford & Co, informed Barron’s. “I don’t think he needs to be CEO.”
Anderson stated Musk was important to
Edinburgh-based investment management company Baillie Gifford has
Both Tesla and Baillie Gifford did not answered to a request for discussion.