Fisker, bankrupt battery firm settle
The bankrupt electric-car battery maker formerly called A123 Systems Inc., now renamed B456 Systems Inc., reached a settlement in which Fisker Automotive Inc. reduced its claims by 89 percent, to $15 million.The accord with the bankruptcy's unsecured-creditors' committee will substantially cut Fisker's $140 million in claims stemming from a rejection of its supply agreement and alleged breach of warranty obligations, according to court documents filed this week in Wilmington, Delaware. The agreement will benefit all unsecured creditors, the committee's lawyers said.
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