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JA Solar's $100 million buyback plan lifts shares
(Reuters) - Heavily indebted JA Solar Holdings Co Ltd (JASO.O), which has lost nearly a third of its market value this year, said it could buy back up to $100 million of its shares before the end of September, sending the stock up 25 percent.
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US Solar Installations Continue Shining through 2012; Outlook Dims in 2013 ...
Solar panel makers like First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR), SunPower Corp. (NASDAQ: SPWR), Trina Solar Ltd. (NYSE: TSL), Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd. (NYSE: YGE), Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd. (NYSE: STP), JA Solar Holdings Co.
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Solar stocks suffer tough month
Chinese company JA Solar Holdings (JASO) traded 6.3 million shares on the same day, but only recovered some of the ground it lost in the lead up to the announcement.
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Syria: Kofi Annan urges 'consequences' if Assad doesn't end violence
Increasingly impatient with the Syrian regime, Annan confirmed for the first time that his six-point plan is not being implemented.
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Multicore processors: divide and conquer
THE logic behind multicore technology is the ability to engage in multiple operations in parallel. With physics constraining the number of transistors that can be crammed onto microchips, manufacturers are adding on more cores in a bid to multiply ...
An open letter to the Rt Rev Michael Langrish, Bishop of Exeter, on the ...
I was surprised to read in my paper this morning that you are feeling hard done-by over your foiled scheme to erect two 25-metre-high wind turbines on glebe land in each of three different sites in north Devon: Chittlehampton, Black Torrington and East ...
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TSMC to push for 450mm wafer fab
TAIWAN Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) will go ahead with plans to build its 450mm wafer fab, with approval from the Taiwanese government to do so in early 2014.
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Solar shakeout: Schott Solar announces surprise exit from c-Si manufacturing
Continuing market constraints and unattainable cost bases have conspired to force Schott Solar's management to withdraw from c-Si PV manufacturing completely.
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DDV Gold gets OK to expropriate Moose River land
The provincial government has sided with an Australian gold miner over a Nova Scotia Christmas tree grower. Natural Resources Minister Charlie Parker announced Friday that he has issued a seldom-used vesting order that will allow DDV Gold Ltd., ...
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Suntech proposes 100MW of solar projects in Pakistan
The company will be following in the footsteps of others, like Conergy, who earlier this month partnered with DPGCL to build a 50MW solar park in Bahawalpur, in the Cholistan region. The chairman of Suntech insisted he would visit the areas of Pakistan ...
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