Solyndra Fallout Stalls Energy Loans

Wall Street JournalSolyndra Fallout Stalls Energy LoansWall Street JournalBy RYAN TRACY The Energy Department was in such a rush three years ago to issue a loan to solar-panel maker Solyndra LLC that it gave the Treasury Department only a day to review the deal, according to a government report released Wednesday.Watchdog finds Solyndra loan was 'rushed'Fox NewsWatchdog finds solar energy loan 'rushed'Pioneer PressWatchdog finds solar energy loan was 'rushed'U.S.

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