It’s been quite a show since Elon Musk arrived in Washington, picking fights with competitors, suing the world’s most expensive military and jumping into a U.S.-Russia dispute that may risk international space cooperation.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at the Japan National Press Club. Isuzu and Volkswagen are reportedly in talks on truck engines that may result in the companies taking stakes in each other.
Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. plans to sue the U.S. Air Force, saying it should be allowed to compete in a satellite-launch market monopolized by the two biggest defense contractors.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, a Florida Republican who may run for president in 2016, said Congress should “secure retirement for 21st century seniors” by raising the retirement age and letting many workers enroll in a federal savings plan.