Elon Musk says he didn't cry when he told The New York Times about his 'excruciating' year and lonely nights at the Tesla factory. The Times says his 'emotion was audible.' (TSLA)
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In a story published on August 16, The New York Times said Tesla CEO Elon Musk "alternated between laughter and tears" in an interview with the publication.

On Tuesday, Musk said on Twitter that while his voice cracked during the interview, he didn't cry.  

A New York Times spokesperson said the publication stands by its description of Musk in the story.

"Mr. Musk's emotion was audible. It is not true that his voice only cracked once," the spokesperson said.

In a story published on August 16,...


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