Two additional SolarCity board members with ties to Elon Musk are recusing themselves from making decisions on Tesla's offer to buy the company.
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Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas, one of the most bullish Tesla Motors analysts, had a change of heart on the stock.
SolarCity and Tesla seem to share little beyond grand ambitions, big cash outflows and large Musk stakes, Breakingviews says.
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Tesla's bid to buy SolarCity for $2.8 billion is a "terrible" deal, according to one strategist.
Tesla's proposal to buy SolarCity could pose a problem due to the overlap between the two investor groups.
Elon Musk, a major shareholder of both companies, believes the deal is the ultimate solution to a sustainable-energy future.
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Andrew Left, Citron Research Executive Editor, discusses Tesla's $2.8 billion bid for SolarCity saying that this deal represents the worst of Wall Street.
Shares of Tesla Motors tumbled after the company proposed to buy out SolarCity for about $2.8 billion.
SolarCity soared more than 8 percent on Wednesday after Tesla Motors made a $2.8 billion offer to buy the clean energy provider.