What's next for Algenol?

Last week, Algenol announced the resignation of CEO Paul Woods, and announced plans to reduce its workforce by 20% and focus on technology development. The company's sudden downsizing and loss of CEO followed a string of seemingly positive news this year for Algenol and its algae-based "Direct-to...

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