Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted late Friday that the organization should defer its yearly investor meeting which was planned for July 7 due to the coronavirus episode.
“We should delay yearly investor meeting, as still no enormous social occasions permitted by July seventh. Not certain about new date, however am speculating possibly a month or so later,” Musk said in his tweet.
Tesla is confronting pressure from intermediary guides Glass Lewis and Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) who are both encouraging investors to cast a ballot to contradict the re-appointment of Robyn Denholm as board seat at the electric vehicle creator.
The intermediary guides have communicated worries over Tesla’s high pay for chiefs, and a precarious ascent in the measure of offers swore by Tesla executives and administrators, including Elon Musk, since Denholm was named seat in November 2018.
Denholm supplanted Elon Musk as administrator of the board after he had to surrender the job as a component of a settlement concurrence with the SEC over his now notorious tweets saying he had tied down subsidizing to take Tesla private at $420 per share.
In the interim, Nia Impact Capital has requested that Tesla investors vote against the board’s suggestion and require the organization to report insights concerning the impacts of compulsory intervention on its workers. As indicated by research by Nia Impact Capital, obligatory assertion can cause and serve to hide badgering in the work environment. On June 19, Nia Impact Capital got a starter vote of 70% for a related proposition at Fortinet, whose investors casted a ballot to require the organization to discharge quantitative assorted variety information.