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Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) stock declined on Friday after the government ruled against allowing it to proceed with construction of its crude oil pipeline in North Dakota.
The activist's move comes as he ramps up a change-of-control proxy contest in the wake of Enterprise Products withdrawing interest in a combination.
The deal will help balance out the buyer's oil-heavy portfolio with more gas and extend its 10% to 12% annual dividend growth target through 2024.
Alere claims that Abbott is slow-rolling the antitrust process on the companies' merger in an effort to kill the deal.
Even more customers can now make shopping for groceries count at the pump
The new directors all have experience leading large publicly traded companies, which Corvex Management had criticized Williams for lacking.
The nominees will serve as placeholders until the activist hedge fund identifies actual candidates for the proxy contest, which Williams criticized as distracting and costly.
The pipeline operator called the move unfortunate, distracting and costly, as it's moving forward with its own plan to identify qualified and independent directors.
Is it a value play given the drop in refining stocks -- or could Barry Rosenstein and Keith Meister be looking to agitate for change?
Not too long ago, it was best to stay from foreign assets and energy exposure. That was then, this is now.
Oil rigs continue to climb steadily in U.S. despite foundering commodity prices, but a steep decline in gas rigs dampens gain to one overall rig.
Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) stock is down this afternoon after reporting lower-than-expected second-quarter earnings.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) as a "perilous reversal" (up big yesterday but down big today) candidate
Stock futures sag again Wednesday, as wearable tech maker Fitbit beats earnings expectations and oil prices hover around $40 a barrel.
Chief executive Alan Armstrong was confident on a call that followed a dramatic quarter for WMB, and analysts are buying in, putting its prospects ahead of peer Kinder Morgan.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the energy industry lower today.
Cramer shares his views on the quarter's pattern of pummel and restore. United, American and Delta are among the stocks discussed.
Recovery after a plunge seems to be the pattern for the quarter.