After months of fighting with California regulators in person and on social media, South African-Canadian billionaire Elon Musk confirmed late last year that he had taken his ball and gone home — to Texas.
His companies include Tesla, SpaceX, and the Boring Company. Their presence in the Lone Star State is rapidly scaling up, setting up ample opportunities and a few Texas-sized problems.
In the same interview in which he first admitted, “For myself, yes, I have moved to Texas,” Musk took a swipe at the California business and regulatory environment.
“Tesla is the