Elon Musk gestures for a photograph. File photo
The jurors deliberated for about two hours before reaching the verdict, called a "disappointed" one by Nicholas Porritt, partner at Levi & Korsinsky, the firm representing the Tesla shareholders in the class action, reports CNBC.
Musk tweeted that he is "deeply appreciative of the jury's unanimous finding".
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His lead counsel Alex Spiro argued before the jury on Friday, saying "fraud cannot be built on the back of a consideration".
The controversial 2018 tweets by Musk on taking Tesla private has come back to haunt him and he stands to lose billions.
The plaintiffs have argued that Musk's tweets about taking Tesla private, in which he said he had "funding secured", led them to lose millions of dollars.
Musk had earlier admitted in a US court that he ignored his advisors and investors while tweeting about Tesla securing funding in 2018.
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More than eight years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a Japanese court will rule on Thursday on the only criminal prosecution stemming from the worst nuclear accident in decades.
Lee had sued Leong Sze Hian, a financial advisor, after he shared on Facebook an online news article that linked the premier to a financial scandal at Malaysia’s state fund 1MBD.
The details of the case refer to the filing of a lawsuit in which a man demanded another obligation to pay him Dhs35,000 with legal interest, and his compensation for the damages incurred by him in the amount of Dhs10,000 in addition to the fees and expenses and in exchange for the attorneys' fees.
This was on Friday evening, when the operations room was alerted about a brawl among members of one family in a house located in an area of the emirate. A police force immediately dispatched to the location of the house to deal with the incident.
President Joe Biden described the images from Mississippi as "heartbreaking," and said in a statement that he had spoken with Reeves and offered his condolences and full federal support for the recovery.
President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan awarded Fernando Igreja, former Ambassador of Brazil to the UAE, the Medal of Independence of the First Order in recognition of his efforts to strengthen relations between the two countries in all fields.