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Apple made informal bid to buy Tesla at $240 per share in 2013

AppleInsider Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Apple's automotive ambitions could have been augmented with the acquisition of Tesla, an analyst claims, with the iPhone maker said to have made a "serious bid" to buy the electric car producer in 2013, a move that could have brought technology developed under "Project Titan" to commercialization far earlier.
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