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$2bil in losses over the last 4 years = “best-led company”?

$2bil in losses over the last 4 years = “best-led company”?

$2bil in losses over the last 4 years = "best-led company"?

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  1. I don’t know anything about this company, but losses don’t necessarily mean it’s poorly run. Sometimes losses are intentional to set themselves up for future growth. It looks like they have really solid revenue, so unless their losses are caused by regular recurring costs, it might not matter.

    For example, lots of people talked about Tesla losing money, but selling cars was profitable. They were spending money on new factories and charging stations. The money spent those years mean they can manufacture more cars now and they have the best charging network.