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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.
Energy Conversion Devices Files for Chapter 11
Energy Conversion Devices Inc., a pioneering Michigan-based solar-technology company, filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday with a plan to slash its debt and sell its business at a court-supervised auction.
Energy Conversion Devices Files Chapter 11; Seeks Sale of Businesses  GlobeNewsWire (press release)
Energy Conversion Devices Bankruptcy… Energy Suppression (ENER, TAN)  24/7 Wall St.
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 terminates CEO Hawkins, Executive Vice President Conroy
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.
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
Scientist, inventor Stanford R. Ovshinsky dies at 89  Michigan Radio
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 ...
Cash-Poor Companies Feed Investor Hunger for 'Happy Meals'
A subsequent crisis in the solar-power industry hit Energy Conversion hard. The bonds, issued in 2008, plunged in value, and last year the company filed for bankruptcy protection, wiping out shareholders. But the negative wagers paid off for the hedge ...
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Uni-Solar parent Energy Conversion Devices cancels bankruptcy auction, will ...
AUBURN HILLS, MI - Beleaguered solar panel maker Energy Conversion Devices is canceling a bankruptcy auction tomorrow for its Uni-Solar subsidiary, which operates two idled plants in Greenville.
Defunct Solar Co. Wants $950M Panel Antitrust Suit Revived
Law360, San Diego (November 17, 2014, 7:23 PM EST) -- The trustee for bankrupt Energy Conversion Devices Inc. urged a Michigan federal judge on Friday to reconsider his dismissal of ECD's $950 million antitrust suit accusing three Chinese solar panel ...
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$950M Suit Blames Chinese Solar Cos. For US Rival's Demise
Law360, New York (October 7, 2013, 1:48 PM EDT) -- One-time solar panel market leader Energy Conversion Devices Inc. was driven out of business by three Chinese companies that conspired to dominate the American solar market, the bankrupt company's ...
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