SunEdison's Silicon Restructuring Adds $437 Million ChargeBy
Plans to close Texas factory, sell Malaysia facility to Longi
Moves will eliminate about 220 jobs, reduce operating costs
SunEdison Inc. is restructuring its remaining polysilicon manufacturing operations in moves that will result in fourth-quarter charges totaling $437 million and the loss of about 220 jobs in Texas and Oregon.
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