It's been a bad week for Tesla. The automaker announced it fired hundreds of employees, and production of the Model 3 is behind schedule. Motor Trend's Mark Rechtin joins us to tell us what's behind the struggles. Rechtin says the hard times are indicative of the company realizing it needs to run itself "like a business," instead of "unicorns and rainbows." He says the layoffs aren't anything out of the ordinary for a manufacturing company of Tesla's size. If anything, Rechtin says Musk could be following in the footsteps of Jack Welch, "an icon of capitalism," who sometimes laid off as many as 10% of his company each year. As for those Model 3 production delays, Mark says its par for the course for the company. He points to the fact that ambitious targets caused the Models S and X to roll out late as well.