In the latest report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), Adani Mining's Carmichael coal mine looks more and more likely to end up being a "white elephant" due to its shaky financial situation.
Workers at a Whirlpool factory in Poland shrug off blame for job losses at the company's plant in fellow EU member France, as presidential rivals there trade barbs over the hot-button issue of outsourcing.
Britain took a significant step towards exposing dirty money in the London property market this week, passing a law allowing the seizure of homes from foreigners who cannot explain how they paid for them.
Woodlands, Texas-based Anadarko Petroleum Corporation announced on Wednesday it was shutting down more than 3,000 of its older, vertical wells in Northeastern Colorado following a home explosion and fire on April 17 that killed two people.
The Trump administration has unveiled plans to dramatically cut taxes for US businesses and individuals, slashing the corporate rate to 15 percent, but the once-in-a-generation overhaul is headed for a tough fight in Congress.
Stock market indices in the US and Canada rose for the second day in a row as French election results in the first round showed that Emmanuel Macron was likely to win over his far-right rival Marine Le Pen.
In a report issued Friday by the Institute for Energy Economics & Financial Analysis, 46 coal-burning units at 25 power plants across 16 states will close or greatly reduce production by 2018, resulting in a 30 million-ton
decrease in demand for coal.
The stock market did well after Trump won the presidency even after his inauguration He had promised business friendly policies, such as deregulation, a huge infrastructure spending program and reduced taxation.
A US judge on Friday sentenced Volkswagen to pay a $2.8 billion criminal penalty in the diesel emissions cheating scandal, in line with a deal struck between the automaker and the US government.
New York is still abuzz that an ad-tech company called Moat sold itself to Oracle. Terms of the deal were undisclosed but an unnamed source told Recode's Peter Kafka that Oracle would pay upwards of $850 million for Moat.