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SunPower Corp (SPWR.O)

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Tue, Jan 10 2017

BRIEF-Duke Energy Renewables acquires three California solar projects from Sunpower

* Duke energy renewables acquires three california solar projects from sunpower

SunPower CEO expects solar panel prices decline to stop next year

The freefall in solar panel prices would likely stop next year and the industry would improve in the latter half of 2017, the chief executive of SunPower Corp , the No. 2 U.S. solar panel maker, said on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Sunpower says experiencing lower than anticipated growth in U.S. residential market - conf call

* Sunpower Corp says experiencing lower than anticipated growth in the U.S. residential market - Conf call

SunPower to slash costs as pricing seen challenging in 2017

SunPower Corp , the No. 2 U.S. solar panel maker, reported smaller-than-expected quarterly revenue, and the company said it would boost efforts to rein in costs to help counter challenging pricing in 2017.

UPDATE 2-SunPower to slash costs as pricing seen challenging in 2017

* Q3 rev of $729.3 mln vs est. of $801.7 mln (Adds details, shares; conference call comments)

BRIEF-Sunpower announces executive change

* Howard Wenger, president of business units, will be leaving company during next six months

BRIEF-SunPower Corp reports net loss per share $0.29

* SunPower Corp - target 2017 capital expenditures of approximately $100 million, a reduction of more than 50 percent compared to 2016

SunPower posts smaller quarterly loss; to cut costs

Nov 9 SunPower Corp, the No. 2 U.S. solar panel maker, reported a smaller quarterly loss, and the company said it would initiate cost-cutting programs.

BRIEF-Total does not plan to take full control of SunPower -Pouyanne

Sept 22 Total CEO Patrick Pouyanne told investors on Thursday that the firm does not intend to take full control of subsidiary SunPower Corp, the No. 2 solar panel maker in the United States.

BRIEF-SunPower acquires AUO's stake in Malaysian joint venture

* Under stock purchase agreement, SunPower will pay AUO $170 million over next four years

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