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Breaking: SEC Investigating Tesla for Possible Securities Law Breach

Breaking: SEC Investigating Tesla for Possible Securities Law Breach
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This story originally appeared on CNBC

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Tesla Motors over a potential securities law breach, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. 

The early-stage investigation comes after Tesla didn't notify investors of a fatal crash involving its Autopilot function, an unnamed source told the Journal. Tesla has said that May 7 crash was not a "material" event, the Journal said.

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