Tesla Recalls 50,000 Chinese Vehicles and How Dunkin Donuts Is Talking About Taking the Company Private.
The China State Administration for Market Regulation is recalling around 50,000 Tesla´s Model X and Model S vehicles. The vehicles were made in the U.S. and were then exported to China and deemed to have potentially faulty suspensions.
There hasn’t been a word from the U.S. safety vehicle authority so It is still unclear whether these models will undergo recalls in the U.S, or any other countries for that matter.
There’s a multi-billion-dollar deal brewing in the coffee pot for Dunkin Brands. Inspire brands, owner of chains such as Arby´s, Buffalo Wild Wings and Sonic could be the ones to finalize that deal as soon as Monday, according to The Times.
The $106.50 share price that Dunkin´ is reported to be selling itself for represents a 20% premium over Friday’s closing price. You need a big appetite to stomach a donut that size.
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