Elon Musk: Bezos resigned to have time to trouble SpaceX

The eccentric businessman and billionaire he constantly finds ways to stay current. Although Elon Musk seems to be doing very well in PayPal companies, , Tesla και Boring Company, έχει και χρόνο να είναι αρκετά ανοιχτός σε πλατφόρμες κοινωνικών μέσων όπως το .

Μόλις πριν από λίγες εβδομάδες, διέψευσε τις φήμες ότι ζητούσε τη θέση του διευθύνοντος συμβούλου της Apple από τον Tim Cook με πολύ δημόσιο τρόπο. Τώρα, ψάχνει τον συνταξιούχο και πρώην διευθύνοντα σύμβουλο της Amazon .

In fact, the problem dates back to when NASA awarded a $ 2,9 billion contract to Musk SpaceX for a manned lunar mission.

So then Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos made a counter-offer to the US space agency with an offer from Blue Origin.

This offer, however, was rejected by NASA within a few days.bezos musk

So it seems that he was maddened by his defeat and has now urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to deny SpaceX's plans to develop and launch a Starlink second generation claiming that these plans are too broad, for-profit and violate FCC rules.

Musk obviously did not stay very happy with this claim and started "telling" it to the former CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, tweeting the following:

Bezos stepped down from his role as Amazon CEO in early July and was succeeded by Andy Jassy. Musk's tweet clearly suggests that Bezos left Amazon to have more time to challenge at SpaceX.

It's important to note that Amazon just filed a formal complaint with the FCC but hasn't actually filed a lawsuit. It will be interesting to see how it all plays out , but you can be sure that Musk's tweet on Twitter will cause chain updates.

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