Phononic Chief Executive Officer Tony Atti helped the Durham-based company raise more than $70 million last year, which the company plans to use to boost employment and its Asia presence.
Phononic Chief Executive Officer Tony Atti helped the Durham-based company raise more than $70 million last year, which the company plans to use to boost employment and its Asia presence. Caitlin Penna The Herald-Sun
Phononic Chief Executive Officer Tony Atti helped the Durham-based company raise more than $70 million last year, which the company plans to use to boost employment and its Asia presence. Caitlin Penna The Herald-Sun

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