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Pipeline Companies Are Feuding With The Steel Industry Over Upcoming Commerce Department Report

President Donald Trump will soon have to pick a side in a dispute between two of his favorite industries.

Senator Debbie Stabenow Takes On Kid Rock and Michigan Pipeline On The Same Day

Two Michigan senators are calling for a halt in construction.

Energy Transfer's Pipeline Spill Problem Is Causing It Another Headache

Should Energy Transfer's checkered environmental record be of concern to shareholders?

Dakota Access Pipeline May Have to Interrupt Operations to Redo Environmental Review

The pipeline, which began flowing in May, may be ordered to suspend its operations pending the new review.

U.S. Pipeline Cos. Ready to Blow Past Regulatory Roadblock

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission hasn't been able to approve new pipelines since Feb. 3, but a hearing is scheduled Tuesday to approve two nominees necessary for a voting quorum.

Breaking News

Bank of England Plans Emergency Bond Market Intervention Amid Historic Pound Slump

"Were dysfunction in this market to continue or worsen, there would be a material risk to UK financial stability," the BoE said.

Biogen Stock Soars On Promising Data From Late-Stage Alzheimer’s Drug Trial

“Today’s announcement gives patients and their families hope that lecanemab, if approved, can potentially slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease," said Biogen CEO Michel Vounatsos.

Apple Stock Slides On Report of iPhone Production U-Turn Amid Waning Consumer Demand

Just weeks after reportedly asking suppliers to prepared for a surge in iPhone demand, Apple is reportedly paring-back plans to boost production.

DocuSign Stock Jumps On Job Cut Plan Ahead Of New CEO Allan Thygesen

DocuSign said the job cuts will "improve operating margin and support the company’s growth, scale and profitability objectives".