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Battery Company Changes Name from A123 to B456 -- A Fire Extinguisher?
It's not April Fool's Day, but A123 Systems has a sense of humor. They changed their name to B456. A B456 is a fire extinguisher. I noticed the article, “After sale to Chinese firm, bankrupt battery maker A123 gets new name:B456” by Nathan Bomey at the ...
After sale to Chinese firm, bankrupt battery maker A123 gets a new name: B456  Detroit Free Press
No joke: A123 Systems now B456 Systems  The Business Journal of Milwaukee (blog)
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Ex-Battery Maker B456 Wins Approval of Bankruptcy Plan
May 20 (Bloomberg) -- B456 Systems Inc., the bankrupt electric-car battery maker formerly called A123 Systems Inc., won court approval of a plan to exit bankruptcy that pays creditors from the proceeds of selling virtually all its assets.
Battery maker B456 Systems' bankruptcy plan approved  Reuters
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A123 Systems, now B456, wins court approval to exit bankruptcy
It's official: A123 Systems Inc. is passing through its final phase. The bankrupt lithium ion battery maker, now going by the name B456 Systems Inc., has won court approval for its plan to exit bankruptcy that pays off creditors from proceeds gained by ...
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Bankruptcy Hasn't Stopped A123 Systems, Or Other Green Car Companies
That company is now called B456 Systems Inc. But what remained of the company has not entirely vanished. It re-emerged this year as A123 Energy Systems, which is pursuing grid-scale energy storage systems.
Why Would Anyone Want Fisker? In a Word: Patents
Wanxiang is owner of B456 Systems Inc., the successor to A123 Systems Inc., the U.S. company that supplied batteries to Fisker until collapsing under the cost of recalling defective Karma power packs.
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Bankrupt A123 Systems Settles on Reduced Claim of $15 Million With Fisker ...
A123 Systems Inc. (now called B456 Systems Inc.) will be required to pay only $15 million to Fisker Automotive, according to court documents.
Fisker Said to Fire 80% of Staff as Deal Evades Plug-in Carmaker  Bloomberg
Fisker Fires 75 Percent Of Its US Workforce During Massive Layoffs  Huffington Post
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Government-backed A123 Systems hit with lawsuits
The now Chinese-owned A123 Systems is being hit with class action lawsuits for possibly misleading investors by not disclosing the company's financial problems. The law firm Levi & Korsinsky LLP announced a class action lawsuit against the ...
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The Insider and Executive Chairman of QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM), Paul ...
Paul Jacobs is also director of B456 Systems, Inc. * The transaction was conducted under a Rule 10b5-1 trading plan.
Hardin: Blue Devils take a chance in dismissing Sulaimon
How will the dismissal of Rasheed Sulaimon affect Duke's basketball team? We're about to find out. The stunning news Thursday that Coach Mike Krzyzewski had kicked Sulaimon off the team sent a wave of reaction and analysis through college basketball, ...
Lynda.com Gets Seriously LinkedIn
"This is such an exciting moment in the 20-year history of Lynda.com, and I couldn't imagine a better pairing than Lynda.