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11 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
After spending several years at depressed levels, natural gas prices are on the move.
Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
16 hrs ago | The Free Press, Independent News Media
A headline in the Saturday, November 30 Columbus Dispatch screamed: 'Family's well not tainted by driller.'
20 hrs ago | Forbes.com
Carl Icahn isn't Time 's Person Of The Year, but he is on a December cover of Time Magazine, which calls Icahn "the most important investor in America."
Yesterday | SBWire
Growing Stock Report expands its NYSE Gainers Weekly Watch List adding SunEdison, Inc. and Chesapeake Energy Corporation .
The natural gas market has heated up in the past couple of weeks. United States Natural Gas ETF has also rallied in the past couple of weeks.
Janice Colston is used to hearing strange noises from the natural gas wells across from her home in east Fort Worth.
Market Buzz Report, a leading penny stock newsletters provider, issues major news alert for Pfizer Inc. , Alcatel Lucent SA , Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. , Chesapeake Energy Corporation .
Carl Icahn's revamp of Talisman Energy Inc. may not bring much fortune. The activist has won two board seats at the Canadian energy firm.
It's that time of the year again, folks! It's time to dust off the cyber awards and crown five CEOs with the dubious honor of being the worst of the worst in 2013.
The oil & gas industry is looked upon consistently for long-term investment. Most importantly, successful stories can turn into nightmares very quickly due to the industry's volatility.
During its third quarter earnings call with investors this month, Chesapeake Energy Corp. CEO Doug Lawler was asked to comment on projected growth while lowering spending, especially in regard to future well profiles as compared to "average wells" on the acreage drilled to retain contracts.
Rocker Eddie Vedder, who's apparently also a professional basketball fan, vented his bitterness for Sacramento during a recent performance with Pearl Jam in Oklahoma City.
First Titan Corp. is evaluating the profit potential of expanding its reach north of the border as the company continues its efforts to add to its growing oil and gas energy portfolio.