AMAT acquisition of Advent's EWT technology dilutes competitive edge of efficiency leaders

As we presaged over a month ago (see the October 15, 2009 LRSJ), Advent Solar was acquired last week by semiconductor equipment manufacturer Applied Materials (AMAT). Though the company had stalled in its ramp-up plans, and was likely taken out for only pennies on the dollar at a valuation we estima...

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