Lighting Science Group hangs on with new funding, but faces uphill climb

Lighting Science Group Corporation (LSG), a manufacturer of light-emitting diode (LED)-based replacement bulbs and lighting fixtures, recently closed $20 million in equity financing from existing investors Pegasus Capital Advisors and Riverwood Capital Partners. In its recent quarterly report, th...

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