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Clinton to Press Stability in Bangladesh

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in Bangladesh to press tolerance, democracy and development in one of the world’s most impoverished nations that is now in the throes political turmoil.  More »

Stocks End Week With a Thud

Weak jobs data roiled financial markets, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average to its biggest drop in a month and helping drag crude oil below $100 a barrel for the first time since February.  More »

TransCanada Makes New Pipeline Application

TransCanada has reapplied for a U.S. permit for an oil-pipeline expansion that has become a political issue ahead of this year’s presidential election.  More »

TransCanada Makes New Pipeline Application

TransCanada has reapplied for a U.S. permit for an oil-pipeline expansion that has become a political issue ahead of this year’s presidential election.  More »

Crude Sinks 3.9% to $98.49 a Barrel

Oil prices tumbled to their lowest level in three months, blowing through $100 a barrel, in a rout spurred by a weaker-than-expected reading on U.S. employment in April.  More »

Crude Sinks 3.9% to $98.49 a Barrel

Oil prices tumbled to their lowest level in three months, blowing through $100 a barrel, in a rout spurred by a weaker-than-expected reading on U.S. employment in April.  More »

For Big Oil, the Libya Opening That Wasn’t

Regime change in Libya, and a sense of political opening elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa, hasn’t opened doors or eased terms as some big oil companies had hoped.  More »

For Big Oil, the Libya Opening That Wasn’t

Regime change in Libya, and a sense of political opening elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa, hasn’t opened doors or eased terms as some big oil companies had hoped.  More »

TransCanada Makes New Pipeline Application

TransCanada has reapplied for a U.S. permit for an oil-pipeline expansion that has become a political issue ahead of this year’s presidential election.  More »

Duke Energy Profit Falls on Coal-Plant Charge

Duke Energy posted lower first-quarter earnings as it took a $420 million charge for cost overruns at its Indiana coal-gasification plant, and the company said it hopes to close its pending merger with Progress Energy in the next two months.  More »

Duke Energy Profit Falls on Coal-Plant Charge

Duke Energy posted lower first-quarter earnings as it took a $420 million charge for cost overruns at its Indiana coal-gasification plant, and the company said it hopes to close its pending merger with Progress Energy in the next two months.  More »

U.S. Unveils Fracking Rules

The changes aim to allay concerns that chemicals used in a common method of extracting natural gas can contaminate groundwater.  More »

U.S. Unveils Fracking Rules

The changes aim to allay concerns that chemicals used in a common method of extracting natural gas can contaminate groundwater.  More »

U.S. Unveils Fracking Rules

The changes aim to allay concerns that chemicals used in a common method of extracting natural gas can contaminate groundwater.  More »

Asian Shares End Lower

Asian stock markets ended lower Friday with a sharp overnight drop in crude oil hitting energy plays, and investors remained cautious ahead of U.S. payrolls data.  More »
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