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Battery Company Changes Name from A123 to B456 -- A Fire Extinguisher?
On March 22, 2013, A123 Systems, Inc. (the �Company�) filed a Certificate of Amendment to the Company's Restated Certificate of Incorporation, as amended (the �Amendment�) to change its name from A123 Systems, Inc. to B456 Systems, Inc. The ...
A123 Systems changes name to B456 (seriously)  Boston Herald
And The Award For History's Least Creative Rebranding Goes To�  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Ex-Battery Maker B456 Wins Approval of Bankruptcy Plan
B456 Systems Inc., the bankrupt electric-car battery maker formerly called A123 Systems Inc. (AONEQ), won court approval of a plan to exit bankruptcy that pays creditors from the proceeds of selling virtually all its assets.
Former Battery Maker A123 Gets OK For Liquidation Plan  Law360 (subscription)
Judge gives final approval to A123 bankruptcy plan  Detroit Free Press
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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.
A123 Systems, Now Known As B456, Wins Court Approval To Exit Bankruptcy
The company, now renamed B456, was granted court approval for its plan to exit bankruptcy in late May. The company was expected to exit court protection within three to four weeks. A123 Systems was able to exit bankruptcy by selling off virtually all ...
Fisker assets spur Chinese duel with patents as top prize
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.
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 Automotive lays off 75% of workforce  American Thinker (blog)
What's Worth Buying at Fisker?  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Wanxiang Wins CFIUS Approval to Buy Bankrupt Battery-Maker A123
Wanxiang Group Co., China's biggest auto-parts maker, won approval from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S.
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Former A123 Battery Maker's Accord With Fisker Approved
B456 Systems Inc., the bankrupt electric-car battery maker formerly called A123 Systems Inc. (AONEQ), got approval of a settlement with Fisker Automotive Inc. reducing its claims by 89 percent to $15 million.
Fisker awarded sliver of claim against battery maker  USA TODAY
Bankruptcy judge approves settlement between Fisker Automotive and former ...  Fox News
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Wanxiang Interested in Aiding Carmaker Fisker After 123 Purchase
Wanxiang's unit this week got approval from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. to buy most of the assets of A123 Systems Inc. (AONEQ), the battery maker backed with U.S. government funds that filed for bankruptcy in October. A123's failure ...
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