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  1. Tepper Legal Fight on $1.9 Billion SunEdison Deal Comes to CloseRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Billionaire David Tepper effectively won his legal battle over SunEdison Inc.'s proposed acquisition of rooftop solar installer Vivint Solar Inc. in March, when the $1.9 billion deal collapsed. The fight didn't end until Tuesday.

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  2. Tepper Legal Fight on $1.9 Billion SunEdison Deal Comes to CloseRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 28 | The Washington Post

    Billionaire David Tepper effectively won his legal battle over SunEdison Inc.'s proposed acquisition of rooftop solar installer Vivint Solar Inc. in March, when the $1.9 billion deal collapsed. The fight didn't end until Tuesday.

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  3. Appaloosa and TerraForm Resolve Suit Over Vivint AcquisitionRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 28 | The Washington Post

    TerraForm Power Inc., a yieldco founded and controlled by bankrupt clean-energy giant SunEdison Inc., agreed to settle a lawsuit from billionaire David Tepper's Appaloosa Management LP. The settlement resolves a dispute that centered on TerraForm's independence.

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  4. SunEdison Yieldco and Appaloosa Agree to Settle LitigationRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 28 | The Washington Post

    TerraForm Power Inc., a yieldco founded and controlled by bankrupt clean-energy giant SunEdison Inc., agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by billionaire David Tepper's Appaloosa Management LP. As part of the settlement, TerraForm agreed to segregate its information technology systems from SunEdison and appoint an additional independent director to its board, it said in a statement late Tuesday.

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  5. BlackRock Said to Consider Bidding for SunEdison YieldcoRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 22 | The Washington Post

    BlackRock Inc. has joined a list of potential buyers for TerraForm Power Inc., a holding company founded and controlled by bankrupt wind-and-solar energy giant SunEdison Inc. Funds of the New York-based firm are assessing the value of TerraForm Power's assets to prepare for a bid, according to two people who asked not to be named because the matter is private. TerraForm Power, along with sister company TerraForm Global Inc., own wind and solar assets, some of which are operated by SunEdison.

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  6. BlackRock Said to Consider Bidding for SunEdison YieldcoRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 21 | The Washington Post

    BlackRock Inc. has joined a list of potential buyers for TerraForm Power Inc., a holding company founded and controlled by bankrupt wind-and-solar energy giant SunEdison Inc. Funds of the New York-based firm are assessing the value of TerraForm Power's assets to prepare for a bid, according to two people who asked not to be named because the matter is private. TerraForm Power, along with sister company TerraForm Global Inc., own wind and solar assets, some of which are operated by SunEdison.

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  7. New GPS Satellite's Delivery Slips Again Over Untested ComponentRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 14 | The Washington Post

    The U.S. Air Force's first new GPS satellite, already 28 months late, missed its most recent delivery date last month and won't be shipped until at least December because a subcontractor to Lockheed Martin Corp. failed to conduct testing on a key part years ago. Testing of the part, a ceramic capacitor, should have been completed as long as five years ago, including evaluating how long it will operate without failing, said Colonel Steve Whitney, program manager for the Global Positioning Satellite program.

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  8. SunEdison Yieldco Said to Seek Sale of U.K. Solar PortfolioRead the original story

    Aug 20, 2016 | The Washington Post

    TerraForm Power Inc., a holding company founded and controlled by the bankrupt clean-energy giant SunEdison Inc., is seeking to sell about 365 megawatts of solar farms in the U.K., according to two people familiar with the plans. About five companies are now in the second round of bidding for the 24-project portfolio, the bulk of its U.K. holdings, according to the people, who asked not to be named because they're not authorized to speak publicly.

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  9. SunEdison Yieldco Said to Seek Sale of U.K. Solar PortfolioRead the original story

    Aug 20, 2016 | The Washington Post

    TerraForm Power Inc., a holding company founded and controlled by the bankrupt clean-energy giant SunEdison Inc., is seeking to sell about 365 megawatts of solar farms in the U.K., according to two people familiar with the plans. About five companies are now in the second round of bidding for the 24-project portfolio, the bulk of its U.K. holdings, according to the people, who asked not to be named because they're not authorized to speak publicly.

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  10. TerraForm Power Said to Seek Sale of 365 Megawatts of U.K. SolarRead the original story

    Aug 19, 2016 | The Washington Post

    TerraForm Power Inc., a holding company founded and controlled by the bankrupt clean-energy giant SunEdison Inc., is seeking to sell about 365 megawatts of solar farms in the U.K., according to two people familiar with the plans. About five companies are now in the second round of bidding for the 24-project portfolio, the bulk of its U.K. holdings, according to the people, who asked not to be named because they're not authorized to speak publicly.

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  11. Lockheed Declines as IT Spinoff Profit Boost Trails ForecastRead the original story

    Aug 17, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Lockheed Martin Corp. tumbled the most in more than two years after disclosing that a $4.6 billion spinoff of its information-technology division to Leidos Holdings Inc. would provide less of an earnings boost than investors expected. The world's largest defense contractor fell 3.7 percent to $256.77 at the close in New York, the largest decline since Jan. 2014.

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  12. Lockheed Tops Analysts' Estimates as F-35 Deliveries ClimbRead the original story

    Jul 20, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Lockheed Martin Corp.'s profit easily beat Wall Street projections even though the world's biggest defense contractor had to foot some F-35 fighter-jet production costs as Pentagon contract talks dragged on. Second-quarter earnings rose to $3.32 a share, Lockheed said in a statement Tuesday, well above the $2.93 average of 16 analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg.

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  13. Lockheed Tops Analysts' Estimates as F-35 Deliveries ClimbRead the original story

    Jul 19, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Lockheed Martin Corp.'s profit easily beat Wall Street projections even though the world's biggest defense contractor had to foot some F-35 fighter-jet production costs as Pentagon contract talks dragged on. Second-quarter earnings rose to $3.32 a share, Lockheed said in a statement Tuesday, well above the $2.93 average of 16 analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg.

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  14. Lockheed Tops Analysts Estimates as Fighter-Jet Deliveries ClimbRead the original story

    Jul 19, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Lockheed Martin Corp. reported second-quarter profit that topped analysts' projections, bolstered by higher deliveries of F-35 Lightning II fighter jets. Earnings were $3.32 a share, Lockheed said in a statement Tuesday.

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  15. Corn Prices Tumble as Supply Outlook Improves in Top ExportersRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Corn futures in Chicago fell by the most in three years and prices slumped in Sao Paulo state as the supply outlook improves in the U.S. and Brazil, the world's top exporters. U.S. rains through June 26 are seen aiding about half the crop in the Midwest, and the growing area is unlikely to encounter severe heat through mid-July, according to Joel Widenor, director of agricultural services at Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland.

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  16. Corn Prices Tumble as Supply Outlook Improves in Top ExportersRead the original story

    Jun 21, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Corn futures in Chicago fell by the most in three years and prices slumped in Sao Paulo state as the supply outlook improves in the U.S. and Brazil, the world's top exporters. U.S. rains through June 26 are seen aiding about half the crop in the Midwest, and the growing area is unlikely to encounter severe heat through mid-July, according to Joel Widenor, director of agricultural services at Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland.

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  17. Ares Capital to Buy American Capital in $3.4 Billion DealRead the original story

    May 23, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Ares Capital Corp., the publicly traded lender managed by alternative-investment firm Ares Management LP, will acquire American Capital Ltd. in a deal valued at $3.4 billion. Ares Capital will pay $14.95 a share in cash and stock for Bethesda, Maryland-based American Capital, the companies said in a statement Monday.

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  18. Ares Capital to Buy American Capital in $3.4 Billion DealRead the original story

    May 23, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Ares Capital Corp., the publicly traded lender managed by alternative-investment firm Ares Management LP, will acquire American Capital Ltd. in a deal valued at $3.4 billion. Ares Capital will pay $14.95 a share in cash and stock for Bethesda, Maryland-based American Capital, the companies said in a statement Monday.

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  19. U.S. Navy Dings Lockheed on Littoral Ship Quality ControlsRead the original story

    May 10, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Lockheed Martin Corp. is under orders from the U.S. Navy to correct quality control failures in building its version of the Littoral Combat Ship, an issue that has delayed deliveries and resulted in three citations from the service's shipbuilding inspectors. The Navy's supervisor of shipbuilding issued "Corrective Action Requests" in May, June and July of 2015, with one of the three withdrawn after the contractor's plan to resolve the issue was accepted, Dale Eng, a spokesman for the service, said in an e-mail.

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  20. U.S. Navy Dings Lockheed on Its Littoral Ship Quality ControlsRead the original story

    May 10, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Lockheed Martin Corp. is under orders from the U.S. Navy to correct quality control failures in building its version of the Littoral Combat Ship, an issue that has delayed deliveries and resulted in three citations from the service's shipbuilding inspectors. The Navy's supervisor of shipbuilding issued "Corrective Action Requests" in May, June and July of 2015, with one of the three withdrawn after the contractor's plan to resolve the issue was accepted, Dale Eng, a spokesman for the service, said in an e-mail.

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