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Evergreen Solar Seeks OK To Abandon Devens Plant

Evergreen Solar is asking a bankruptcy judge for permission to walk away from its former plant in Devens.


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Business Headlines: Dunkin’ Sales Up, Evergreen Solar Auction

Dunkin’ Donuts sales continue to grow.


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Evergreen Solar Files For Bankruptcy, Cuts 65 More Jobs

Evergreen Solar has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as it continues to shift from its solar panel business to becoming a supplier of solar wafers.


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The Lights May Be Flickering Out At Evergreen Solar

The lights may be going out soon at Evergreen Solar of Marlborough. The company, which closed its factory in Devens, is now warning that it is running out of funds and in danger of going out of business.


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Marlborough-Based Evergreen Solar Could End Up Bankrupt

The company that took tax breaks from the state and then moved jobs out of Massachusetts may go out of business.


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Evergreen Solar Faces Major Financial Challenge In Mass.

The sun may be setting soon on one of the most controversial solar panel companies in the state.


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Patrick: Evergreen Should Return Money To Mass.

Gov. Deval Patrick says Evergreen Solar should return some of the money it got from the state to build a factory that the company recently closed.


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Evergreen CEO: We’re Not Returning Incentive Money

The chief executive of Evergreen Solar says his company has no plans to give back $20 million in state corporate incentives.


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Evergreen Solar CEO Explains Move To China

The Marlboro company that is moving most of its manufacturing to China is explaining why it has made that choice.


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Evergreen Solar Employee Speaks About Plant Closure

An Evergreen Solar employee risked his final weeks of pay by speaking out to WBZ-TV about the company’s decision to abruptly shutdown. Evergreen Solar is closing its Devens plant, even after the state invested millions of dollars to keep the jobs in Massachusetts.