Eight major oil companies are going all-in to cut their methane emissions -- and to push for those along their supply chains to do the same. Improved transparency and regulation are key to their efforts.
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GLOOMY economic forecasts for Brexit Britain have been branded "absurd" by leading economists amid calls for Theresa May to capitalise on the UK leaving the EU.
U.S. diplomats are demanding that Venezuela give them immediate access to jailed oil executives who hold American passports.
It was a surprisingly close Thanksgiving race between the Pixar toon and the superhero sequel.
The numbers connected to this chart-topping record are the biggest of the year.
Getting half off your entire order is one of the best Black Friday deals in my discount book.
Thirstie, Inc. claims its e-commerce platform, Thirstie Enterprise, will increase beverage alcohol e-commerce greatly while it provides important consumer data to alcohol brands.
Shkreli’s social media messaging and relentless use of Twitter is instructive for Millenials and users of these media. Universal use and misuse of social media, especially among Millennials, impacts corporate governance, reflects board room perceptions and implicates criminal and civil laws.
Bacteria living in our body can help fight cancers, creating an opportunity for drug makers.
The stock has surged in value in the past two years. Insiders who haven’t sold stock in years sold in 2017.
An economist argues that fiscal stimulus through tax cuts will only force the Fed to jam on the brakes even harder.
Shares of SandRidge Energy jumped 14.2 percent on Friday, after activist investor Carl Icahn disclosed a big stake in the oil and gas producer and said he would oppose its $746 million bid for rival Bonanza Creek Energy.
Nissan Motor Co, an early mover in the electric vehicle market, will use the Los Angeles auto show next week to send a message about gasoline-fueled engines: They're not dead yet.
Major companies like Adidas, Mars, Cadbury and more are responding to a report that many children’s videos on YouTube have comments that are predatory.
(Reuters) - U.S. stocks gained on Friday, with the Nasdaq and the benchmark S&P 500 hitting records, helped by higher commodity prices and with retail stocks getting a boost on signs of a strong start to the holiday shopping season.