Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.'s recent deal with Phase IV Engineering is yet another indication of the tiremaker's eagerness to strike technology agreements aimed at developing a tire pressure monitoring system. The latest pact, Goodyear's third such agreement in the past few months to develop runflat tire technology and air pressure monitoring systems, calls for the tiremaker to take a 20% stake in Boulder, CO-based Phase IV. At the recent MINExpo in Las Vegas, the two companies unveiled ...
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