A123 secures $69 million new funding amidst difficult economic times

Ever since A123Systems pulled its IPO application about six months ago, the question has been looming as to where the company will get its much-needed funding for new product development, business development, and manufacturing expansion. News came this week that existing investor GE is putting in a...

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