Siemens boss Joe Kaeser has left out on Twitter on the opinion and spoke of a kiffenden colleagues from the US – most likely a side blow to Elon Musk.
One day after the Siemens press conference, Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser left out on Twitter about forming opinions in Germany. Leaders do not seem to do well in his opinion. For the colleagues from the United States, this is obviously different, as Kaeser explained by an example for the most likely SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Kaesers designated successor Busch had to serve.
Peter's moon ride and the whistling colleague
If a German CEO proactively aligns his company to the future, he is considered pathetic or philosophical, describes the Siemens boss on Twitter the "amusing" opinion in Germany. If a dapper colleague from the US, however, speak of Peter's lunar journey, he is a determined visionary.
Amusing opinion in our country: If a German CEO proactively aligns his company to the future, he is considered "pathetic" or "philosophical". When a whistling colleague speaks of Peter's Moon Ride in the United States, he is an avid visionary. https://t.co/zVxP1dScRl
– Joe Kaeser (@JoeKaeser) November 8, 2019
Although Kaeser does not call him by name, it is very likely that he thinks of Elon Musk and succinctly dismisses his space activities as "Peter's Lunar New Moon". Kaeser's deputy and designated successor Roland Busch had recently met with Musk and described him as the "true visionary of our time" – the second allusion in the tweet of Kaeser. Tesla is a Siemens customer and, according to Busch's tweet, would support dreams through technology by Elon Musk.
Great to meet w / @elonmusk, a true visionary of our times. Talked about #FutureofMobilityrapid deployment of car charging #electric mobility, advanced manufacturing & rocket engineering. We're proud @Siemens' #Technology is supporting Elon's most exciting dreams.
– Roland Busch (@BuschRo) October 31, 2019
Apart from Kaeser and Busch, Siemens has not commented yet. A Twitter user, however, sees it as a bad style to call Elon Musk a stinging colleague after meeting Bush recently. Kaesers contract expires in January 2021. In the summer of 2020, a decision on the timing of a change of leadership should be made. Busch is supposed to grow into his new position by then.
Elon Musk disputes cannabis use
That Kaeser calls Musk a pothead is not so outlandish. In an interview with comedian Joe Rogan, Musk had pulled on a joint, puffing, in front of the camera. The Air Force is also said to have been thinking about Musk's possible drug use, as The Verge reported last year. Elon Musk also announced in August last year that he was considering withdrawing Tesla for $ 420 from the stock market.
Am considering Tesla private at $ 420. Funding secured.
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 7, 2018
Many saw in the tweet an allusion to the 420 code, which often describes the Kiffen. For Musk, the tweet resulted in a fine of $ 20 million – which, according to him, was worth it.
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 27, 2018
The use of cannabis Musk has repeatedly denied. Cannabis is not helpful in his opinion to be productive. You're sitting there like a stone after consumption, Musk told the New York Times.
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