In the filing, the two sides said they agreed to make amendments to a deal they struck last year, laying out more clearly what communications from Musk require oversight and approval by SEC attorneys. The new agreement details nine categories of information that must be prescreened, from Tesla’s “financial condition, statements, or results, including earnings or guidance,” to possible acquisitions and business deals and production, sales and delivery numbers — including forecast or projected figures — that haven’t been published before. Senior personnel or board changes would also have to be preapproved, among other nonpublic disclosures.
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