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By any measure, the fledgling global holiday for doing good already has been wildly successful, lifting contribution levels and focusing attention on charitable acts over the last two years.
U.S. stock futures were flat after markets closed at record highs Thursday. Investors are looking to the U.S. jobs report, to be released before the opening bell.
Former industry executive and current Harvard professor, Leonardo Maugeri, in 2012 predicted the recent drop in oil prices. Now he sees little hope for a rebound.
Exxon reduces its capital and exploration expenditures for upstream operations 11.1% for the third quarter of 2014 from the year-ago quarter. Oil production overall dropped 6.1%.
The explosion calls into question NASA's plans to send astronauts to the International Space Station via commercial outfits like Elon Musk's SpaceX.
Oil stocks are plummeting in early trading Monday as Goldman Sachs cut forecasts for Brent and West Texas Intermediate crude prices and downgrades a brace of stocks.
Internet radio service Pandora will be looking to emphasize growth in these three key areas as it reports third-quarter earnings. Investors will be dissecting the company's message for clues.
The Pentagon supplier has come up with what could be a game-changing energy technolgy that fits on the back of a truck, with direct implications for military use.
A key report from analysts and the announcement of the divestiture of Latin American holdings are likely to boost the investor outlook for WPX Energy.
Vivint Solar will be an important test of whether residential solar installations are more than an Elon Musk-inspired boondoggle.