Tesla shareholders approve multibillion-dollar Musk pay

The vote passed despite strong opposition from two proxy advisory firms: Institutional Shareholder Services and Glass Lewis. Tesla's stock was down 0.63% this year. It's especially similar since Mobileye is also an Israeli company operating in the space of autonomous driving technology. "These issues both potentially undermine the board's given objectives of retaining Musk and further aligning his interests with those of shareholders", ISS wrote.

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