Three months after CBS 5 caught Solyndra tossing millions of dollars worth of brand new parts, the bankrupt solar firm may be trying to abandon toxic waste.
The City of Vallejo is no longer in bankruptcy, and now a sales tax increase which goes into affect April 1st is expected to generate millions more dollars.
Stockton leaders have approved a series of emergency fiscal steps they hope will allow the city to avoid bankruptcy.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has approved close to $370,000 in bonuses for certain employees of Solyndra LLC, a solar panel manufacturer that received a half-billion dollar loan from the federal government before declaring bankruptcy.
After filing for bankruptcy last year, Fremont solar company Solyndra still owes American taxpayers half a billion dollars. But CBS 5 caught them destroying millions of dollars worth of parts.
The Washington Times reports that bankrupt Fremont-based solar panel maker Solyndra hopes to give its executives thousands of dollars in bonuses.
High tech workers formerly employed by Solyndra are getting some much-needed help in the search for new jobs. Two cities are holding career fairs specifically for laid off workers of the failed solar start-up.
The parent company of American Airlines and affiliate American Eagle Airlines has become the latest in legacy airlines to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The top GOP aide to a House committee investigating Fremont-based Solyndra Inc. once worked for a lobbying firm that helped the now-bankrupt solar company apply for a half-billion-dollar federal loan.
A long-time Bay Area based supermarket will shut its doors for good at their Telegraph Avenue location.