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Granite Falls Energy, LLC is engaged in the production and sale of ethanol and its co-products, including wet, modified wet and dried distiller's grains, corn oil and corn syrup, locally, and throughout the continental United States. The Company's principal products include fuel-grade ethanol, distiller's grains, and non-edible corn oil. Its ethanol production operations are carried out at its ethanol plant located in Granite Falls, Minnesota and at the ethanol plant operated by Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC (HLBE) located near Heron Lake, Minnesota. The principal purchasers of ethanol are generally wholesale gasoline distributors or blenders. The Company sells distiller's grains as animal feed for beef and dairy cattle, poultry and hogs. It sells corn oil to diesel manufacturers, feed lot and poultry markets. Project Viking, L.L.C. and Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC are its subsidiaries.

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JPMorgan sues Tesla for $162 million in dispute related to Elon Musk's 2018 tweets

8:41 am ET November 16, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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By Mike Murphy

Bank says Tesla reneged on warrants contract, never paid what it owed

Elon Musk's tweets have Tesla Inc. in trouble again.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) on Monday sued Tesla (TSLA), seeking to recover $162.2 million and accusing the electric-vehicle company of breach of contract over warrant transactions that JPMorgan claims Tesla never paid.

A filing in Manhattan federal court dated Monday detailed a years-long dispute, and claimed "Tesla has flagrantly ignored its clear contractual obligation to pay JPMorgan in full."

The case centers around a series of warrant transactions from February and March 2018 that required Tesla to deliver to the investment bank either shares of its stock or cash if Tesla shares' "strike price" were above an agreed-upon amount when the warrants expired.

See:Elon Musk exercises options, sells another $930 million in Tesla stock

JPMorgan claims the warrants lost significant value after CEO Musk tweeted in August 2018 that Tesla had "funding secured" to go private at $420 a share, and that the ensuing volatility weighed on the stock's price until the warrants expired in June and July 2021 -- with the share price well above both the original and strike prices.

Also read:Tesla's Elon Musk spends another weekend insulting people on Twitter

JPMorgan said adjustments reducing the strike price were made after Musk's 2018 tweet, and again after Tesla's 5-for-1 stock split in 2020, but "Tesla has refused to settle at the contractual strike price."

According to the lawsuit, Tesla claimed in 2019 that JPMorgan's adjustments were "an opportunistic attempt to take advantage of changes in volatility in Tesla's stock."

Tesla, which dissolved its media-relations team last year, did not immediately respond to a request for comment Monday.

Musk and Tesla were each fined $20 million by the Securities and Exchanges Commission to settle fraud charges over the tweet, Musk was removed as the company's chairman and Tesla agreed to preapprove his tweets (which the SEC said earlier this year Tesla had failed to do).

Tesla shares were in the $50-$60 range in February and March 2018, and were between $600 and $700 by June and July 2021. Since the summer, Tesla stock has spiked another 41%, closing at $1,003 on Monday.

-Mike Murphy

	

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