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Solar shakeout will bring more failures, few deals

A brutal 2011 has left the solar industry on the cusp of a major shakeout that will lead to many companies' demise; those that survive, however, will benefit later as demand for their services increases.

By August 25, 2011


When open source eats itself: SpringSource acquires Covalent

Did SpringSource get much from its acquisition of Covalent?

By January 29, 2008


Open-source toolmaker acquires Covalent

SpringSource, formerly called Interface21, is buying the provider of products and services for users of Apache Software Foundation projects.

By January 29, 2008


Apache makes its first $420 million

The Apache license just got its first big validation as a critical business tool for start-ups, not just software behemoths.

By August 12, 2009


The Open Source CEO: Mark Brewer, Covalent (Part 15)

In this fifteenth installment of the Open Source CEO Series, we talk with Mark Brewer, CEO of Covalent Technologies.

By June 25, 2007


MIT spinoff dyes glass to make solar 'windows'

Covalent Solar will commercialize a technique that concentrates light by redirecting it via dyes. The results are a ten-fold boost in solar cell output, lowering panel costs.

By July 11, 2008


Green news harvest: Tesla's wild ride, a better solar collector

Stirling Energy Systems' solar play in the desert; Canada's CO2 pipeline; Project Better Place in Portugal; Pennsylvania promotes clean tech.

By July 10, 2008


SpringSource raises $15m in B round

Open source continues to drive big financings.

By June 25, 2008


What's really going on at JBoss?

Is JBoss a failure? Only if you consider a full and plentiful corporate life to be a failure.

By March 4, 2008


2007: A great year for Apache

The Apache Software Foundation improved on its already impressive growth in 2007. Here's how.

By January 17, 2008