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PG&E Shares Jump as $11 Billion Settlement Reached on Wildfire Claims

PG&E Shares Jump as $11 Billion Settlement Reached on Wildfire Claims

The settlement is subject to conditions including approval by the court overseeing the company's Chapter 11 reorganization.

Hurricane Dorian Shifts Track, Setting Sights on Carolinas

Hurricane Dorian Shifts Track, Setting Sights on Carolinas

Nearing a Category 5 storm with sustained winds of 150 mph, Dorian has shifted its track, with forecasters now expecting it to still hug the U.S. East Coast but take aim at South Carolina.

Hurricane Season Is Here, Is It Too Late for Flood Insurance?

Hurricane Season Is Here, Is It Too Late for Flood Insurance?

While Floridian's are bracing for Hurricane Dorian, here's a primer on flood insurance.

What Is an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization)?

What Is an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization)?

Non-government organizations exist everywhere, and do good work everywhere, too. Here's how they operate.

Is Your Home Properly Insured? Here's How You Can Avoid a Retirement Disaster

Is Your Home Properly Insured? Here's How You Can Avoid a Retirement Disaster

When was the last time you reviewed your homeowners insurance policy?

Philadelphia Refinery to Shut Down After Devastating Explosion and Fire

Philadelphia Refinery to Shut Down After Devastating Explosion and Fire

Philadelphia Energy Solutions seeks to shut refinery after devastating mid-June explosion and fire, mayor confirms.

Japan's Market Guardedness Lifted by Naming of New Era

Japan's Market Guardedness Lifted by Naming of New Era

The Japanese people are looking forward with optimism to the Reiwa age.

What Are Price Ceilings and How Do They Impact Me?

What Are Price Ceilings and How Do They Impact Me?

Price ceilings, while well-intentioned, often do more harm than good when implemented in supply and demand markets.

The Next Big Crisis: Drinking Water

The Next Big Crisis: Drinking Water

Forget oil. The next global crisis will come out of your tap, and for billions of people, it has already begun.

Week Ahead: Wall Street Looks to Jobs Report as North Korea Meeting Less Certain

Week Ahead: Wall Street Looks to Jobs Report as North Korea Meeting Less Certain

Market movers will return from a long weekend to no shortage of events. Here's what you need to know.