Opinion: Mitt Romney's Bailout Double StandardRomney negotiated a $10 million federal bailout for his company, but has called for foreclosures to be allowed to "hit bottom" and letting Detroit go bankrupt.
Solyndra Wants More Time To File Bankruptcy PlanAn East Bay solar panel manufacturer that received a half-billion dollar loan from the federal government before filing for bankruptcy protection is asking for more time to file a reorganization plan.
Fact Check: Romney Misses A Mark On Solyndra ClaimMitt Romney has revived charges about the failed solar company Solyndra as he assails President Barack Obama's green energy policy. But he didn't get the story completely straight when he accused the administration of favoring "cronies."
Solyndra Not Dealing With Toxic Waste At Milpitas FacilityThree 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.
EPA Head Tours Bay Area Electric Car CompanyThe head of the Environmental Protection Agency is in the Bay Area Thursday and planned to tour an electric vehicle company. It's an industry that has really benefited from the auto-bailout and the stimulus package because a big chunk of that money went to making batteries for electric cars.
Bankrupt Solyndra Caught Destroying Brand New PartsAfter 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.
California Lawmakers Hope To Use Millions In Stimulus Before DeadlineMillions of dollars in federal stimulus money remains unspent in California, but before that cash goes back to Washington, some state lawmakers want to make sure it gets spent.
White House Orders Review Of Energy Dept. Loan Guarantees After Solyndra BankruptcyThe White House has ordered a review of loan guarantees made by the Energy Department after the Fremont solar power company that got a half-billion-dollar federal loan went bankrupt.
Solyndra Execs Refuse To Testify At House Hearing On LoanTop executives from a bankrupt Fremont-based solar energy company have declined to testify before a congressional hearing investigating their half-billion dollar government loan.
Federal Analysts Warned Of Solyndra Financial Problems In 2009Federal analysts looking at a proposed loan to a Bay Area solar energy company in 2009 warned then of possible problems, as well as pressure from the White House to speed up a decision, according to a memorandum released by a Congressional committee.
Memo Shows Solyndra Execs Knew Of Impending Financial CollapseA congressional memorandum indicates that even as the executives of a solar energy company assured members of Congress that their finances were improving, a different story was being prepared behind the scenes.