Case study: Why Dyson buying Sakti3 is a landmark energy storage acquisition

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British company Dyson, most famously known for its household vacuums and fans, has paid $90 million to buy solid-state battery start-up Sakti3 (see the April 13, 2015 LRESJ). Dyson is a 22 year old company, and it generated about $2 billion in revenues in 2014. The company is dive...

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