A Nikola Corp. executive defended the electric-truck firm’s technology and business plan, telling an investor conference that its partners are sticking with the startup despite the departure on Monday of its high-profile founder and chairman.
“Nothing has changed,” Kim Brady, Nikola’s chief financial officer, told investors during a virtual conference hosted by Evercore ISI. “We recommend that investors really focus on the future and what we have delivered and what we’re going to deliver.”
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