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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Lordstown Motors, unveils their new electric pickup truck Endurance in Lordstown, Ohio, on October 15, 2020. The old GM factory has been acquired by Lordstown Motors, an electric truck startup. - Workers at the General Motors factory in Lordstown, Ohio, listened when US President Donald Trump said companies would soon be booming. But two years after that 2017 speech, the plant closed. GMs shuttering of the factory was a blow to the Mahoning Valley region of the swing state crucial to the November 3 presidential election, which has dealt with a declining manufacturing industry for decades and, like all parts of the US, is now menaced by the coronavirus. (Photo by MEGAN JELINGER / AFP) (Photo by MEGAN JELINGER/AFP via Getty Images)

Electric truck startup Lordstown Motors warns it may go out of business

Chris Isidore, CNN Business June 9, 2021

(CNN) -- Lordstown Motors, the startup electric truck maker, warned Tuesday it is close to running out of cash and may be forced out of business in the next year.The news, which sent Lordstown shares down...

Tim Kilduff

Courtesy of Tim Kilduff May 3, 2021

Longtime Hopkinton resident Tim Kilduff is the president and founder of the 26.2 Foundation. His involvement with the Boston Marathon dates back to 1979.

Student, alumnus create start-ups online

Alexis Wohler November 24, 2015

Kent State has had its share of entrepreneurs – people who develop an idea and do whatever it takes to bring it to fruition. Carleton Whitmore and Ben Wolford provide examples of Kent State entrepreneurs...

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