I've noticed Business Insider tends to use sensationalistic headlines in general but when about TSLA the headline and content don't always match.https://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-fixing-quality-issues-nearly-5000-...
Their recent survey of M3 owners is one of the first I've seen.
I've removed Business Insider from my Apple News feeds. They have a writer or maybe even be owned by someone who has a short position in TSLA stock. Blatant attempt at manipulating the stock but of course the SEC turns a blind eye and is more worried about Elon's tweets.
BI is known to short-shaft Tesla.
At the bottom of that mostly-positive article:
"Are you a current or former Tesla employee? Do you have an opinion about what it's like to work there? Contact this reporter at email@example.com. You can ask for more secure methods of communication, like Signal or ProtonMail, by email or Twitter direct message."
I'm sure that's not a hit-piece in the making...nope not at all. /s
The survey was by Bloomberg. BI just re-contented it, which tells you a lot about what BI is. Mostly crap.