Raymor stuck between rock and hard place

On February 16, Raymor Industries – a manufacturer of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) (see the April 26, 2007 LRNJ) – announced that it and some of its subsidiaries are filing for bankruptcy. The court awarded the company seven extra days to file its Notice of Intent, allowing it one last cha...

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