Tesla closed the fourth quarter of 2018 with a little surprise, even though we heard it: CFO Deepak Ahuja will retire. He is replaced by Zach Kirkhorn, previously vice president of corporate finance.
Kirkhorn had only been financing VP two months before today's announcement. However, the current finance director Ahoy said: "I feel very good about Zach's takeover. He has proven himself over the years with many difficult problems with which he worked. ”
Kirkhorn has a financial degree from the University of Pennsylvania at Wharton School and an MBA from Harvard and has been working with the company for ten years in various financial roles.
Ahoy noted that he would remain in Tesla's external advisor, and Executive Director Elons Musks noted that he "hopes it will be in the coming years".
But, seriously, I know that shorts always attract a conspiracy that "DEEPOK turns into state evidence." I think he had just been bothered until another star appeared. Kirkhorn has been a pretty wild trip over the past decade in Tesla because his LinkedIn has arrived quite fast, promoting it every two years.
He sounded a bit bored and dropped the call, but in reality you don't want creative extrovert to run books.