I am proud to accept this award on behalf of our entire team at SunPower CorporationSolar CEO named top entrepreneur Jul 03, 2007
Our operating results were significantly ahead of our announced objectivesSunPower Q2 revenue up 233% over last year Jul 24, 2006
The investment we made in the first quarter to move to thinner wafers, improving our silicon utilization, paid off in the second quarterSunPower Q2 revenue up 233% over last year Jul 24, 2006
We are now producing cells at under eight grams of polysilicon per wattSunPower Q2 revenue up 233% over last year Jul 24, 2006
There is nothing further to report relating to the consummation of a transaction involving Alex Rodriguez. No further discussions regarding this transaction are plannedRodriguez remains with Rangers Dec 23, 2003
Thomas Charles "Tom" Werner (born April 12, 1950 in New York City, New York) is an American television producer and businessman who, via his investment in New England Sports Ventures, is chairman of the Boston Red Sox and Liverpool Football Club.
Werner was born in to a wealthy New York area family. He was educated at The Hotchkiss School, and earned an English degree from Harvard University. In 1973, Werner entered television by working for ABC-TV. In 1975, he became the Director of East Coast Prime Time Development. Werner was promoted to senior vice president of the prime time development department in 1979. While at ABC Werner and his partner Marcy Carsey saw Robin Williams in a Comedy Club and launched Mork & Mindy. Werner also oversaw the development of Bosom Buddies which started the career of Tom Hanks, as well as Soap which started the career of Billy Crystal and Taxi which started the career of Danny DeVito.
Werner co-founded The Carsey-Werner Company with Marcy Carsey in 1980. In this capacity he served as executive producer of such television programs as The Cosby Show, Roseanne, 3rd Rock from the Sun and That 70s Show and other successful hits. Werner made nearly $600 million selling episodes of The Cosby Show for syndication. In 1999, he was honored at the Museum of Television and Radio.