Terrabon files for bankruptcy, as strategic investors re-evaluate portfolios

Waste-to-fuels company Terrabon filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection last week. Terrabon CEO Gary Luce said that the firm was "unable to obtain additional funding," and approximately 60 employees were laid off. The company had a history of missing key milestones, and we flagged this nearly one ...

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