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$20.58
Previous Close
$20.39
Day High
$21.07
Day Low
$20.48
52 Week High
07/14/14 - $24.35
52 Week Low
09/17/13 - $7.17
Market Cap
5.6B
Average Volume 10 Days
7.8M
EPS TTM
$-4.02
Shares Outstanding
268.9M
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SunEdison, Inc. develops, manufactures, and sells silicon wafers to the semiconductor industry. The company operates through two segments, Solar Energy and Semiconductor Materials. The Solar Energy segment provides solar energy services that integrate the design, installation, financing, monitoring, operations, and maintenance portions of the downstream solar market. It also manufactures polysilicon, silicon wafers, and solar modules. As of December 31, 2013, this segment had interconnected approximately 816 solar power systems representing 1.3 gigawatts of solar energy generating capacity. The Semiconductor Materials segment offers prime wafers, including OPTIA wafers; epitaxial wafers, such as AEGIS wafers that consists of a thin silicon layer grown on the polished surface of the wafer; test/monitor wafers for testing semiconductor fabrication lines and processes; and silicon-on-insulator wafers for use in the chip making process. Its wafers are used as starting materials for the manufacture of various types of semiconductor devices, including microprocessor, memory, logic, and power devices. SunEdison, Inc. serves semiconductor device manufacturers, including the memory, microprocessor, and ASIC manufacturers; foundries; national retail chains and real estate property management firms; federal, state, and municipal governments; and utilities. It markets its semiconductor wafer products primarily through a direct sales force, as well as through local or regional solar channel partners. In addition, SunEdison, Inc. owns CalRENEW-1, a 5 MW solar photovoltaic power plant located in Mendota California. The company was formerly known as MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. and changed its name to SunEdison, Inc. in May 2013. SunEdison, Inc. was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in St. Peters, Missouri.

6,300 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/6/14
Founded in 1984

sunedison inc (SUNE) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: $788.5K
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting...
Total Annual Compensation: $418.5K
Executive Vice President and President of Sun...
Total Annual Compensation: $937.1K
Senior Vice President of Solar Materials
Total Annual Compensation: $379.3K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

sunedison inc (SUNE) Key Developments

SunEdison, Inc. to Supply Solar Electric Power in Chile

SunEdison, Inc. and Los Pelambres mine, announced that they have reached an agreement for the long-term sale of power to Los Pelambres. The mine is owned by Antofagasta Minerals S.A. Under the agreement SunEdison will supply the power produced by the Javiera solar photovoltaic project, with a capacity of 69.5 megawatts (MW) DC, for operations at Los Pelambres mine.

DuPont Files Patent Infringement Case Against SunEdison Inc and NVT LLC

DuPont announced that it has filed a lawsuit against SunEdison Inc, accusing it of infringing on its patented technology for photovoltaic (PV) metallisation pastes. The legal case was launched against SunEdison and its affiliate NVT LLC in the US District Court for the District of Delaware. According to the plaintiff, SunEdison's solar cells and modules contain a solar metalisation paste from South Korean Samsung SDI, which infringes on DuPont's patented tellurium paste technology used in the manufacturing process.

Ann Diekemper Files Lawsuit Against Sunedison and Human Resources Executives Matt Herzberg and Daniel Rhodes

A human resources manager who worked at SunEdison Inc. for nearly 11 years alleges in a lawsuit filed in July 2014 that the company passed her over for promotions and demoted her because of her sex and age. Ann Diekemper, who held the position of site human resources manager, filed the lawsuit against SunEdison and human resources executives Matt Herzberg and Daniel Rhodes. Diekemper's lawsuit, filed in St. Charles County Circuit Court, describes a culture in which she was the only female over the age of 40 in her department. When the position of semi-conductor human resources director became available in 2012, Diekemper says she expressed to Herzberg her interest in it. But Rhodes, a younger man, was selected for the position, which was never posted, according to documents filed in the lawsuit. Then in spring 2013, the position of talent acquisition director became available, according to Diekemper. The lawsuit seeks damages in excess of $25,000.

 

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