Saft's defensive strategy against Johnson Controls paying early dividends

On May 18, 2011, Johnson Controls filed a petition to dissolve its joint venture with French battery-maker Saft when Saft opposed JCI's pressure to move the JV outside the original scope of automotive battery applications and into the energy-storage market (see the June 1, 2011 LRSGJ). This decision...

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