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These days there is nothing particularly unusual about high-flying tech companies. They often take off like rockets, sometimes falling back to earth, but sometimes achieving lofty heights and reinventing whole industries.
Thirteen years ago, for example, Facebook was a couple of guys in a dorm room. Today, its valuation of $404 billion is larger than the annual economic output of Thailand.
But electric car maker Tesla, which briefly surpassed General Motors this week to become America’s most valuable auto company, brings something new to the conversation. No company has had to fight harder for the right to do business as has Tesla.
A deal between Panasonic Corp. and Tesla Motors Inc. will bring more cash and manufacturing experience to the SolarCity factory in South Buffalo as it prepares to begin making solar cells and modules this summer.
The companies said Tuesday they had finalized a deal announced in October that allows Panasonic to take on a major role in the solar manufacturing plant on South Park Avenue.
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