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Stocks hold higher through the morning session as crude oil extends earlier gains.
Food and health care companies were among the top stocks chosen in the quarter by the top PE firms.
It's apparently not all doom and gloom in the private-equity realm of stock picking these days.
As its stock has plummetted more than 99% over the past year, the troubled renewable energy company filed for bankruptcy protection.
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.
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?
The investment bank issues a Sell rating for Vivint based, in part, on a deal it would not finance.
The troubled family of companies delayed filing its 10-K due to "material weaknesses" in its internal controls.
Vivint Solar backs out of deal to be acquired by SunEdison after latter breaches terms of merger agreement.
On Friday, the troubled solar company announced a settlement agreement with Latin America Power Holdings.
In addition to a pending court case, SunEdison will also not be able to file its 10-K in a timely manner.
The SunEdison/Appaloosa 'soap opera' continues.
Thursday's court ruling in favor of SunEdison still gives David Tepper options in his bid to block a deal.
The stock closed up 36% on Thursday and continued to rally after hours as Appaloosa Management's move is blocked.
The troubled renewable-energy company receives yet another blow.
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.
Lawsuits are generally a bad thing but one analyst thinks it could help SunEdison out of a bad deal.
The troubled renewable energy company has been further bruised on reports of a lawsuit.
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.
U.S. markets ended Tuesday's session in the green and oil prices also rebounded from six-year lows.
Shareholder David Tepper demands to see TerraForm Power's books; shares of parent SunEdison drop 25%.