Coal companies and analysts responding to rules proposed Monday that are aimed at reducing carbon emissions found little to complain about.
Coal shares are moving higher in early trading as investors see signs of hope in new federal rules on emissions standards released by the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday.
A recent report by Brookings Institution and American Enterprise Institute economists suggests that the trick behind an effective carbon tax lies in directing the revenue.
A carbon tax should make energy and goods more expensive, but a recent report finds that a well-implemented tax could actually be a benefit to U.S. businesses and consumers.
With CEO Jeffrey Immelt in France to talk about his company's proposal to buy Alstom's energy business, Marine Le Pen's National Front wins significant new authority and will likely use it to oppose the attempt.
Spotify announces it has passed 10 million paid subscribers, setting a new benchmark for the streaming music space.
Dividend paying stocks with market caps in the billions stand to lose a lot should any one of a number of climate change factors come into play according to the results of multi-year surveys by investor group the Carbon Disclosure Program.
The National Climate Assessment Report earlier this month listed a number of personal health risks resulting from climate change. Many of them are playing out as we speak.
The melting of the West Antarctic ice sheet as a result of man-made global warming, predicted 36 years ago, is now proven and irreversible, guaranteeing a devastating rise in global sea levels within a few centuries.
The rumored purchase of Beats Electronics by Apple seems in many respects like a match made in heaven. But it presents a conundrum: how can the merged company preserve the market impact of the two brands?