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Tesla's 10-year plan: Elon Musk could be paid billions or zero

WASHINGTON - Elon Musk has a lot riding on the growth of Telsa Inc.: his entire paycheck.

The electric car manufacturer said Tuesday that a new 10-year compensation plan for Musk, its chief executive, could result in a windfall for the billionaire entrepreneur if the company's stock value rises sharply.

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