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The yieldco model is broken but there are measures -- albeit drastic ones -- that could fix it.
The troubled renewable energy company continues to fall and the lawsuits are mounting.
Clouds continue to gather for the troubled solar energy company.
And the hits keep coming for the beleaguered renewable energy company as TerraForm Power's CEO resigns.
A filing from its yieldco TerraForm Global confirmed that SunEdison may be forced to seek bankruptcy protection.
After maintaining an Outperform rating on the troubled solar company, Cowen suspends coverage, saying it had investment case 'wrong.'
In July, shares of the renewable energy company went for more than $30, now shares have trouble holding onto $2. What went wrong?
On Friday, the troubled solar company announced a settlement agreement with Latin America Power Holdings.
What should investors make of rumors that Greenlight Capital is getting a seat on the board of one of its worst holdings?
No reasons given, but Gundin resigned from the company's board in November.
The troubled Missouri-based renewable energy company announced plans to restructure its debt. The market didn't take the news too kindly.
SUNE plans to use equity in TERP to extinguish some of its debt.
Following the rally in some of the most talked-about short positions this year, several calls are about to be covered.
As shares of SunEdison and its yieldcos swing wildly, investors and analysts question management oversight at the 3 companies.
On Wednesday, investors decided they no longer liked the news coming from SunEdison this week.
Questions raised about the company's ability to meet its current obligations.