A123 Systems will delay IPO, is pulling its S-1

We've heard from multiple sources that lithium-ion battery manufacturer A123Systems will be pulling its S-1, postponing its IPO indefinitely, and is currently looking for additional private financing in what will almost certainly be a significant down-round compared to the $102 million the company r...

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