SolarWorld plans April Fool's Day in November by announcing Opel bid

Last week, vertically-integrated German crystalline solar module producer SolarWorld announced its plan to take over car manufacturer Opel, one of the few valuable pieces of a foundering GM. Although SolarWorld has been hinting for some time (see the May 8, 2008 LRSJ) that it was stockpiling cash in...

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