German Company Puts In $25 Million Bid For Fisker

Once valued at around $1.4 billion, Fisker Automotive is a husk of its former self, worth just a small fraction of its peak value. With no money left to build cars, Fisker is trying to sell itself to the highest bidder, and so far only Bob Lutz and the Chinese have shown any interest. But the latest suitor comes from Germany, and may be Fisker’s best hope.

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Fisker Layoffs Result In Federal Lawsuit

Know how on Friday Fisker fired 75% of its workforce without any prior warning and no severance package? Turns out you can’t do that in the state of California. Fisker Automotive now faces a Federal lawsuit seeking 60 days wages for all the affected employees.

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Fisker Furloughs Workers, Hires Bankruptcy Lawyers

The vultures are circling the headquarters of Fisker Automotive, and the clock is ticking as the signs of an inevitable bankruptcy continue to pile up. Fisker has put its more than 200 employees on furlough earlier this week, and with Chinese investors backing out, management has reportedly hired lawyers to begin bankruptcy proceedings. This is the end, my friend.

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Fisker Atlantic Debut Push Back To 2014 Or 2015

The brainchild of Henrik Fisker, the Fisker Automotive company, has not had a lot of good news to tout this year, and this next story isn’t much of a help. According to a new report, the mid-sized, $50,000 Fisker Atlantic won’t begin production until 2014 or 2015. Can Fisker last that long?

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