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(Bloomberg) -- With Elon Musk’s Twitter feed under scrutiny like never before, Tesla Inc. investors are likely hoping he sits out a holiday he’s observed in the past: April Fools’ Day.
Both Tesla and Musk have a colorful history of April 1 gags. While some past stunts have been fun and immaterial, others have impacted the carmaker’s share price -- a result the chief executive officer probably wouldn’t want to risk three days before his trigger-happy tweeting activity goes before a federal judge in Manhattan.
Last year’s April Fools’ antics were Musk’s most controversial. The billionaire first sent a tweet teasing “important news in a few hours,” without giving any further detail. He then sent a series of satirical posts joking that Tesla had gone “bankwupt,” having filed for “Chapter 14 and a half (the worst one).”
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