To earn the third tranche of Musk’s pay package, Tesla had to have a $200 billion market capitalization average over the prior 6 months. This target was achieved on Friday, despite the recent drop in share prices.
In addition, Tesla must post revenue of $35 billion or $3 billion in adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, over four consecutive quarters. This target was achieved on June 30, according to a regulatory filing, reports Bloomberg.
With both targets met, Musk will have another 8.44 million stock options added to his 16.9 million options that were awarded in two other tranches earlier this year.
With current prices, his latest haul would be equivalent to approximately $2.9 billion, if he were to cash them in.
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