Episode 2.04 Might Actually Be Iron Man

Elon Musk, Tesla, Space X, and Capital-ism

Tagged: business, ethics, technology

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In which we ask: Is Elon Musk really Iron Man? (We have no evidence that he has a suit, but really, it seems like he should.) We reflect on how longer-term approaches are helping Tesla and SpaceX do things that few other companies are doing, how we hope other companies learn from their example, and how it would be nice if “capitalism” meant what it used to mean—long-term investment, not short-term greed.

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