Tesla Inc. was riding high as it hosted its annual shareholders' meeting Tuesday.
The automaker's shares are trading at record levels, and it has surpassed General Motors and Ford in market value. It's about to introduce its first mass-market electric car, the Model 3 sedan, as well as a line of solar panels that look like roof tiles.
CEO Elon Musk is also enticing fans with new vehicles, including a semi-truck it plans to show this fall and the Model Y SUV, which he said will go on sale in 2019.
But the company is not without its challenges. Or, as Musk put it at the hour-long meeting, "Tesla's like a drama magnet."
Here are three issues Musk...