Corning, Cornes and Volvo have invested in Luminar, which has emerged with more than $250m in funding, including a $100m round closed recently.

US-based lidar technology developer Luminar yesterday unveiled $250m in funding provided by investors including specialty glass producer Corning, diversified conglomerate Cornes and vehicle manufacturer Volvo Cars. Other backers in the company include G2VP, a venture firm spun out of Kleiner Perkins, as well as Moore Strategic Ventures, Westly Group, 1517 Fund, Canvas Ventures, Crescent Cove…

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