Altair sells its share of titania JV; goes all-in for batteries

Altair Nanotechnologies announced in early May  2010 that it was transferring its 70% share of the AlSher Titania JV to Sherwin-Williams, which now owns 100% of the shares. The JV was formed to produce titania nanoparticle pigments for Sherwin-Williams (see the April 30, 2007 LRNJ). Over the years, ...

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