A123 withdraws from Chrysler, gets more business from AES

A123 Systems announced recently that it was ending its rocky relationship with Chrysler, and then quickly mitigated the blow by announcing a big order from AES. A123's break with Chrysler did not come as a surprise. A123 had been deemphasizing its Chrysler relationship in our discussions with the co...

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