All-stars align, as Solazyme adds Unilever, Bunge, and Branson as strategic partners

Just a few weeks after Solazyme announced its $52 million Series D round of funding (see the August 17, 2010 LRBJ), it announced three follow-up investors: Sir Richard Branson, Bunge, and Unilever. Sir Richard Branson, the entrepreneur behind the Virgin brand, is no stranger to renewable energy, hav...

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