Founder Elon Musk unsettles investors by palming off questions about the firm’s health

Tesla shares have fallen more than 7% after the firm posted a record $710m loss and its founder, Elon Musk, dismissed Wall St analysts for asking “boring bonehead” and “dry” questions about the company’s financial health.

The California-based company burned through more than $745m in cash as it again missed production targets for its Model 3, which it has billed as its first affordable electric car.

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