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Energy Conversion Devices' demise just a 'Happy Meal' to Wall Street
When Energy Conversion Devices Inc. went bankrupt and out of business last summer, it meant the loss of hundreds of millions of dollars of shareholder value, the loss of thousands of jobs and the mothballing of factories in Auburn Hills and Greenville.
Bankruptcy Court Confirms Liquidation Plan for Energy Conversion Devices, Inc ...
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. ("ECD") (OTC: ENERQ.PK) and its wholly-owned subsidiary United Solar Ovonic LLC ("USO") today announced that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern ...
Most of bankrupt Energy Conversion Devices assets sold; court confirms ...  MLive.com
Energy Conversion Devices gets court approval to liquidate  Crain's Detroit Business
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Stanford Ovshinsky, innovative designer of energy-conversion devices, dies at 89
He had more than 200 patents, but the company he founded in 1960, Energy Conversion Devices, lost money for decades.
Stanford Ovshinsky, the energy behind Energy Conversion Devices and much ...  Crain's Detroit Business
Stanford R. Ovshinsky Dies at 89, a Self-Taught Maverick in Electronics  New York Times
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Energy Conversion Devices Bankruptcy� Energy Suppression (ENER, TAN)
Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENER) has proven that penny stocks in trouble just cannot be trusted. The small solar player used to be close to $100 and then dropped, and drop, and kept dropping.
Energy Conversion Devices files for Chapter 11  Crain's Detroit Business
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Energy Conversion Devices acquires Los Angeles solar company for $16.3 million
Rochester Hills-based Energy Conversion Devices Inc. (NASDAQ: ENER) announced Wednesday it has completed the acquisition of Los Angeles-based Solar Integrated Technologies Inc., in a transaction it had valued at $16.3 million.
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CEO Gaffe of the Week: Energy Conversion Devices
This week I want to highlight the recently bankrupt Energy Conversion Devices (Nasdaq: ENER ) and the myriad of leaders it has had over the past few months, including former CEO Mark Morelli, interim CEO Jay Knoll, and now permanent CEO Julian Hawkins ...
Bankrupt Uni-Solar parent Energy Conversion Devices will suspend Nasdaq ...  MLive.com
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Energy Conversion Devices terminates CEO Hawkins, Executive Vice President ...
Auburn Hills-based Energy Conversion Devices Inc. announced late Thursday afternoon that it had terminated President and CEO Julian Hawkins and Joseph Conroy, executive vice president of operations.
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Energy Conversion Devices and United Solar Ovonic Schedule Auction of ...
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. ("ECD"), a leader in materials science and renewable energy technologies, and its wholly-owned subsidiary United Solar Ovonic LLC ("USO"), will sell by public auction, to be ...
Assets from bankrupt Energy Conversion Devices solar business hitting ...  Michigan Business Review - MLive.com
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Energy Conversion to Fire 300 as Uni-Solar Auction Fails
Energy Conversion Devices Inc. (ENERQ:US), a U.S. solar manufacturer that filed for bankruptcy protection in February, will fire 300 employees because it didn't receive any acceptable bids for an auction of its United Solar Ovonic LLC unit.
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The late Stan Ovshinsky, alternative energy pioneer, named to Inventors Hall ...
The late Stanford Ovshinsky, a pioneer in photovoltaics who founded Energy Conversion Devices Inc. in 1960 to explore alternative forms of energy, has been named as one of 14 members to the National Inventors Hall of Fame.