Miasole lays off dozens of manufacturing employees due to technology difficulties

We heard last week that formerly high-flying start-up thin-film CIGS module developer Miasolé has laid off approximately 70 staff members, including both manufacturing and upper management personnel, of its more than 200 employees. The cuts took place in both its Santa Clara, CA, and Shanghai, China...

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