Boston-Power gathers momentum with a $55 million Series D investment

Boston-Power, a developer of advanced lithium-ion batteries for consumer electronics applications, announced today a $55 million Series D round, lead by Foundation Asset Management (FAM) and including return investors Oak Investment Partners, Venrock, GGV Capital, and Gabriel Venture Partners. The n...

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