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Solyndra goes bankrupt, sheds 1,100 jobs
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year 2011 Top ^

Sep.8
  FBI served search warrants at solar company that abruptly closed, 2 years after receiving more than $500 million in stimulus money
Aug.31
  Solyndra blamed and over supply of solar panels, falling prices and tight credit for its problems along with foreign competition



year 2010 Top ^

Jun.7
  U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis visited Fremont Monday and announced a $19 million federal grant
May.19 Workers Asked To Take 6 Furlough Days  City employees are being asked to take six days a year off without pay as officials try to reduce the city's budget deficit Mar.17 Union Members Ratify NUMMI Closure Plan
  UAW Local 2244 that represents 4,700 workers at the New United Motor Manufacturing Inc. auto plant voted in favor of a severance package
Mar.15 Severance deal for Nummi  Some 4,600 employees will vote on a package worth from $21,175 to more than $70,000 per person depending on how long they have worked Mar.3 NUMMI Closure To Cost Taxpayers $2.3 B  Toyota's plan to close the New United Motor Manufacturing Inc. plant would cost taxpayers an estimated $2.3 billion and cripple the state's economy

year 2009 Top ^

Nov.24 Federal aid for Nummi workers
  More than 4,500 workers at New United Motor Manufacturing will be eligible to seek an array of help when their jobs end in April Sep.23 Nummi training funds questioned  A state panel will hear whether Nummi should be reimbursed $2 million in training expenses even though it plans to close the plant Aug.30 Nummi workers seek lawmakers' support  SF Downtown: More than 100 workers in front of Sen. Dianne Feinstein's office protest Toyota's decision to shut down the plant that employs 4,700 people Aug.27 Toyota to halt work at Nummi
  Toyota's decided to stop making cars in Fremont in March will idle 4,700 workers at the New United Motor Manufacturing Inc. factory
 The decision send a shudder of job losses through more than a thousand California companies that supply parts to the only automotive plant on the West Coast
Jan.6 Logitech to lay off 15% of workforce  Logitech also withdrew some of its latest fiscal 2009 growth targets, which it had revised downward in October

year 2003 Top ^

May.30 School trustees approved $8 million in cuts  Cuts would eliminate 38 teaching, maintenance and support staff positions at schools and increase class sizes

year 2002 Top ^

Jan.30 Read-Rite announces layoffs  Hard disk drive component manufacturer has begun to layoff 1,250 employees at its facilities in the U.S. and Thailand

year 2001 Top ^

Jun.28 VA Linux slices work force  Would chop its 153 employees and focuses on developing application software




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