How not to make an EV: Atieva pivots towards plug-in vehicles, but unlikely to impact the market

Atieva is a Silicon Valley -based company that got its start in 2007 making software and battery management systems for batteries. Along the way, it has been quietly raising increasing amounts of the money, including $100 million in 2014. With the company's staff now including more than a dozen f...

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