SunEdison, the biggest solar-energy manufacturing firm in the entire world, is nearing bankruptcy.
Its decline has been swift and brutal, taking some of the most legendary names in finance with it.
The stock that was once a hedge fund darling has turned into Wall Street's nightmare.
A company that was once worth more than $10 billion is now valued at $150 million, with close to $8 billion in long-term debt.
This is because the company's business structure, which was once considered quite complex, was in a matter of months found to be quite simple — it simply could not generate enough cash.
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