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‘Storm’  of ’09  and ’10  fatal  to C9

Shift in defense needs hurt Malta firm

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An advanced semiconductor R&D company that received $1.75 million in state funding to move into the Saratoga Technology + Energy Park in Malta is on its way out of business. C9 Corp. primarily developed advanced semiconductor technologies and ceramic composites for the U.S. military. President and CEO Kevin Donegan says the company is currently undergoing a controlled liquidation and is in the process of finishing up missile defense work on two contracts. “This is the ...


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