Tesla is looking for more people to purchases its vehicles.
The company is reportedly working to open Tesla Centers in major cities across the country. This is in an effort to bypass dealer restriction laws in states that prohibits them from selling their vehicles. They hope the Tesla centers will boost delivery and increase sales in the fourth quarter.
Tesla delivered 97,000 vehicles in the third quarter, which was just short of their goal of 100,000.
Meanwhile, there may be some hope for WeWork.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Japanese company Softbank is drawing up a plan. That would allow them to gain complete control the struggling office space company. The news comes just days after J.P. Morgan announced they would lead efforts to create a bailout package for WeWork.
WeWork was forced to pull its initial public offering last month after investors heavily criticized its business model.