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New York (CNN Business)Tesla officially announced a three-for-one stock split, meaning the company's stock price — which has jockeyed between $600 and $1,000 for a year — is about to get more affordable for investors.

The stock will begin trading on a split-adjusted basis on August 25th.Tesla (TSLA) shareholders approved the split Thursday at the company's annual shareholders' meeting.
Following the split, a person who owned one share of the company will hold three, and the price of each of those shares will be one-third of the price at that time. At Friday's closing price of roughly $865, that would make the post-split price per share just about $288.
    Stock splits are usually done to increase a stock's liquidity, making it easier for investors to buy and sell the shares. Essentially, the move will triple the number of Tesla shares on the market, but the company's overall valuation — and the value of each investor's holding — won't change. Splits can also boost demand for a stock because it puts the price within the reach of smaller, individual investors.
      Tesla's made such a move before, as recently as 2020.Read More
        Although deep-pocketed institutional investors don't care as much about the company's overall stock price, individual investors might be turned off by high-priced shares. The growth of zero-fee trading apps, including Robinhood, E-Trade and others, have made stock splits much more important in recent years.When Tesla announced its intention to pursue a stock split earlier this year, it said in a regulatory filing it believes "the stock split would help reset the market price of our common stock so that our employees will have more flexibility in managing their equity, all of which, in our view, may help maximize stockholder value."

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          A FAST food super fan was able to find her favorite menu options using an easy hack that anyone can do. 

          Shanice Ashley has over 13,000 followers on TikTok and in her most recent clip, she revealed her secret to find out menu items that aren’t listed online.

          2A fast food fan has revealed how to check out a menu from home when you can't find it onlineCredit: TikTok/@shanieceashley_ 2Shanice Ashley shared a video showing how she used Google Maps to look at the drive-thru menuCredit: TikTok/@shanieceashley_

          “The time I went on Google Maps to look at the drive thru menu because it wasn’t online,” Shanice wrote using the app’s onscreen text. 

          The 18-second clip showed Shanice using Google Maps to zoom in on the menu of her local fast food restaurant. 

          This way she can see what’s on the menu before 

          It went viral, gaining over 1.7millions views and over 4,000 comments. 

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          “I do this before going to new places to see what the parking situation is & where the entrance is in fear of looking lost,” wrote one person. 

          “You mean to tell me that I’m not the only one who does this?!” wrote another user. “You see because the way my anxiety is set up…”

          “Now that’s extreme dedication,” wrote a third.

          Another person wrote: "There's never enough time to actually look at the options when at a drive thru.

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          "And they've got a whole novel on that menu board."

          However, some people found flaws in the seemingly genius plan.

          "And then the photo says 5 years ago and i get stressed all over again," another TikTok user commented.

          In other TikTok fast food news, a Jimmy John's delivery driver has taken their frustrations out on a customer's order when they allegedly dumped the food in the driveway.

          The customer shared security camera footage of the incident on TikTok, showing the Jimmy John’s delivery driver pulling up to her driveway.

          “This is how my sub was delivered! Jimmy John’s store delivery person…” read the video’s on-screen text.

          The one-minute clip shows a car, allegedly driven by a Jimmy John’s delivery driver, backing up into user Meg Moreal’s driveway.

          The car door opens and the driver tosses the sandwich on the concrete before driving off. Not once did the driver step out of the vehicle.

          Moreal shared another video from a different angle where the driver is seen throwing the sandwich to the ground.

          “My Jimmy John’s delivery!!! Turkey sub w a side of salmonella!!” read the caption.

          Some viewers found the incident funny, sharing their reactions in the comments section.

          “I’m sorry it’s the sound of it hitting the driveway that gets me,” wrote one user with multiple laughing emojis.

          Another viewer commented: “I find this hilarious,” with Moreal responding with, “Right? I mean it’s so bad it’s funny! Lol.”

          Others wondered if Moreal left a decent tip, sparking debate on if the size of the tip justified the driver’s poor customer service.

          “No matter what the tip that was not right that should’ve never been done,” wrote one viewer.

          “Why does it matter if there was any tip at all. Food should be delivered at the door, with the doorbell rung, not thrown on the ground in the road,” said a second.

          However, another user wrote, “Either show how much you tipped or hold that L.”

          Moreal defended herself with a video showing her receipt. The total order was $10.89 and Moreal tipped about 20 percent with $2.18.

          This revelation had some viewers coming to the defense of the driver.

          “There’s your answer. that ‘tip’ is disrespectful,” said one person.

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          But others still said the tip didn’t matter.

          “Tip or no, delivery drivers have a job to do and should do it respectfully. Some people can’t tip $5 on a $10 order. I get that,” wrote one user.

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