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The oil and gas boom is creating jobs, but the stalemate that led to federal spending cuts will hurt the economy, CERAWeek panelists said.
Country’s outgoing premier Wen Jiabao warns in ‘state of the union’ speech the government’s economic growth target of 7.5% in 2013 will be ‘hard to attain’
China has announced a double-digit increase in defence spending as territorial disputes with some of its neighbours add to regional tensions
Royal Dutch Shell will announce plans Tuesday for two new plants it says will double the nation’s supply of liquefied natural gas.
The Venezuelan president is suffering from a new respiratory infection as he struggles to recover from cancer surgery, a government official says
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and private equity firm 3G Capital announced last month they would take the company private in a $28bn deal
The North American chemical industry is rebounding from last decade’s economic declines as a surge in natural gas drilling means more raw materials are available at relatively low prices, energy analysts told IHS CERAWeek on Monday.
Publisher of the annual rich list ranks the prince as the world’s 26th richest individual, with a net worth calculation of $20bn, which the Saudi investor says is flawed
Investors led by Elliott Associates have accused chief executive John Hess of stacking the board with cronies, some of whom had served as directors for almost three decades.
Scores of reporters from as far as China are joining the crowds of executives and analysts as IHS CERAWeek gets underway in Houston.
Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey sponsored failed legislation that would have boosted tax credits and grants for vehicle fleets that converted to alternative fuels, a business investment of his biggest political donor.
Chinese developers lead decline after the country’s service sector expands at the slowest pace in five months and mortgage rules are tightened
Commercial aircraft chief says company is ‘comfortable’ with controversial lithium-ion batteries, despite overheating incidents that grounded fleet
The Houston area had more corporate expansion projects last year than any other large city in the country, according to a new report from Site Selection magazine.