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Workday's First Earnings Report Beats the Street

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Workday, the cloud-based human resources software company, just reported its quarterly earnings for the first time since its Oct. 12 IPO and the results are pretty good. Sales at $72.6 million grew 99 percent year-on-year and while the net loss grew to $41.3 million versus $19.7 million a year ago,...
Workday's First Earnings Report Beats the Street

A123 Systems becomes America's latest EV battery maker to file for bankruptcy

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Having been riddled with setbacks, including a major recall of faulty batteries supplied to Fisker Automotive, Michigan's favorite EV battery maker A123 Systems has filed for bankruptcy. It has also announced the sale of its main business units to rival Johnson Controls in a deal pegged at $125 million...
A123 Systems becomes America's latest EV battery maker to file for bankruptcy
Beleaguered battery maker A123 Systems finally files for bankruptcy

Chinese giant Wanxiang wins bid for bankrupt A123 and its battery tech

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Chinese auto tech behemoth Wanxiang has won the bidding process in an auction to buy the assets of bankrupt battery maker A123 Systems. On Sunday the companies announced that Wanxiang plans to acquire most of the assets of A123 for $256.6 million. It’s news that could be a bit controversial,...
Chinese giant Wanxiang wins bid for bankrupt A123 and its battery tech

Johnson Controls offers $1.25B for Visteon unit [AP, ONN.tv - 5/21/10] #MyStock

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Johnson Controls offers $1.25B for Visteon unit [AP, ONN.tv - 5/21/10] #MyStock
Rightware finds a home for its Kanzi user interface in car computers and mobile devices

A123 auction exposes fears of China, and politicization of electric vehicles

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The long awaited auction of the assets of lithium ion battery maker A123 Systems, which is expected to kick off on Thursday, is highlighting both U.S. fears of a China, as well as the now full-blown politicization of electric vehicles. The auction will determine whether or not American battery firm...
A123 auction exposes fears of China, and politicization of electric vehicles
With A123′s Bankruptcy, America's Battery Biz Goes Dead

Battery Maker A123 Files for Chapter 11 Protection

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Electric-car-battery manufacturer A123 Systems Inc., the recipient of nearly $250 million in government grants, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Tuesday with a plan to sell its auto-business assets to auto-parts maker Johnson Controls Inc. The Waltham, Mass., company and two affiliates sought creditor protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court...
Battery Maker A123 Files for Chapter 11 Protection

Chinese Firm Wins Auction for U.S.-Backed Battery Maker

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Chinese-owned auto-parts manufacturer Wanxiang America Corp. won the bidding for A123 Systems Inc., the government-backed battery maker that has yet to turn a profit, at a bankruptcy auction that ended early Saturday morning. Wanxiang’s winning bid of $256.6 million topped a combined offer from Milwaukee-based auto-parts manufacturer Johnson Controls Inc....
Chinese Firm Wins Auction for U.S.-Backed Battery Maker
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