Reports: Dyson recruiting 300 EV jobs to advance green motoring strategy

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Dyson broke into the consumer electronics market with its bagless vacuum cleaner | Credit: Banzai Hiroaki
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Dyson broke into the consumer electronics market with its bagless vacuum cleaner | Credit: Banzai Hiroaki

British technology firm is beefing up its EV team as it races to build first electric car by 2020

Dyson is planning a hiring spree across its new electric vehicle (EV) team as work ramps up on the firm's first electric car, it revealed yesterday. The technology firm best known for its vacuums and...

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