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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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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.
Energy Conversion to Fire 300 as Uni-Solar Auction Fails
May 7 (Bloomberg) -- Energy Conversion Devices Inc., 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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150 in Greenville laid off as bankrupt Uni-Solar parent Energy Conversion ...
GREENVILLE, MI - Bankrupt Uni-Solar parent Energy Conversion Devices representatives confirmed Wednesday that half of the lay-offs the company announced Monday will hit workers on furlough in Greenville. The bankrupt solar panel maker announced ...
US Solar Tariffs on Chinese Cells May Boost Prices
The lawmakers are pushing Obama to take a tougher stance with China, citing a $295 billion trade deficit. Solyndra is among U.S. solar companies that have failed since August, including SpectraWatt Inc., Evergreen Solar Inc. and Energy Conversion ...
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In Search of the Best (Energy) Ideas: A Q&A with ARPA?E's Arun Majumdar
The Advanced Research Projects Agency for Energy (ARPA�E) works on a three-year cycle: Funded projects have three years to prove worthy�or not.
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Portrait of a perfect salesman
When you ask people to describe the archetypal salesperson, the rug seller comes near the top of many lists. The pushy souk merchants tugging at every passing tourist begging, charming and then bullying customers to buy.
China's Web Firms Face Tough Times
The loss was primarily the result of rising costs as Sina spent more to expand its microblogging service, the company said, but analysts said Sina's hiring of censors to help it delete posts deemed too sensitive for China's tightly controlled Internet ...
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This $18 Billion City Near Abu Dhabi Will Run On Solar Power
Abu Dhabi is in the process of building the word's first city with no carbon footprint. It's called Masdar City. At full-build by 2025, the $18 billion development is expected to have 40,000 residents, hundreds of businesses, and rely entirely on ...
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Nuclear Strategy: Why a Military Strike on Iran Would Only Make Matters Worse
The nuclear program in Iran can be best understood as an enrichment in uranium that is necessary for nuclear energy in both peaceful means, such as medical technology, and defensive means, such as the development of a nuclear weapon.
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