Apple boss and CEO of Tesla gather

Apple boss and CEO of Tesla gather

Two giants of Silicon Valley may be about to announce a bombastic trading. The San Francisco Chronicle revealed firsthand that Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, and Adrian Perica, Head of Mergers & Acquisitions Apple, met privately for a few months in late 2013.

The anonymous source told the website that the two executives discussed the possibility of doing business together, in a partnership or, in the acquisition of Tesla by Apple. Thus, the company that created the iPod would have a strongman in terms of public exposure (Musk), in similar terms to Steve Jobs. Moreover, it could penetrate the automotive segment with more propriety, and even develop something like an "iCar".

Another possibility mentioned by the SF Chronicle with regard to the topic of conversation between Perica and Musk is the co-development of a plant to produce batteries last generation, for both cars and electronics.

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