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  • U.S. oil price hits $100 a barrel [Updated]

     
    The U.S. benchmark oil price briefly hit $100 a barrel on Wednesday as the revolt in Libya escalated, raising new fears about reduced supplies from the world’s 12th-largest oil exporter. Surging crude drove stock prices sharply lower for a second......
  • Consumer Confidential: Cash rewards top cardholders' list; Exxon rakes in the bucks

     
    Here's your throat-warbler-mangrove Thursday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- So what's the most popular credit-card reward out there? Not airline miles, it turns out. Credit-card users value cash-back rewards more than any other type of...
  • Occidental Petroleum reports 46% profit gain in first quarter

     
    Occidental Petroleum of Westwood rode a wave of higher oil prices and increased production in the first quarter to boost its profit to $1.55 billion compared with a year ago, a gain of nearly 46%. Sales for the nation's No.......
  • Gas prices could fall by 50 cents this summer; Democrats try to end Big Oil's tax breaks

     
    Gas prices are predicted to fall by at least 10% this summer, experts say which would save US drivers $189 million a day in gas prices...
  • Supreme Court Justice David Souter to Retire

    Supreme Court Justice David Souter to Retire
    Justice David Souter is planning to retire after nearly two decades on the Supreme Court, but his departure is unlikely to change its conservative-liberal split. President Barack Obama's first pick for the high court is likely to be a liberal-leaning...
  • Mailbag: Measure V would save taxpayer money

    This corrects an early version that misidentified Robert Rush as a council candidate. There has been much misinformation in the press lately regarding Measure V, the comprehensive charter update effort to modernize our charter and improve efficiency....
  • Interest in algae's oil prospects is growing

    Interest in algae's oil prospects is growing
    To many, algae is little more than pond scum, a nuisance to swimmers and a frustration to boaters. But to a growing community of scientists and investors in Southern California, there is oil locked in all that slimy stuff, and several dozen companies are...
  • 1st Mariner Tower faces foreclosure

    1st Mariner Tower faces foreclosure
    A French bank has begun foreclosure proceedings on 1st Mariner Tower at Canton Crossing as the recession and housing slump spread deeper from Baltimore banker and developer Edwin F. Hale Sr.'s banking business to his commercial real estate activities....
  • Ujima Village, a onetime urban oasis, closes down

    Ujima Village, a onetime urban oasis, closes down
    Charlene David walked through her ghost town last week, past empty driveways, rusting playgrounds, abandoned basketball courts, the overgrown community garden, the management office that closed months ago. This is what remains of Ujima Village, a...
  • Exxon Mobil appeals $150 million award

    Exxon Mobil Corp., the oil company found responsible for a 26,000-gallon gasoline leak into the groundwater of a northern Baltimore County neighborhood in 2006, filed an appeal Friday of a trial verdict that awarded $150 million to a group of residents...
  • Jury awards Balto. Co. area neighbors $150 million in Exxon spill case

    A jury awarded more than $150 million yesterday to the neighbors of a northern Baltimore County service station, finding Exxon Mobil Corp. liable for the damage caused when thousands of gallons of gasoline seeped into the groundwater from a leaking pipe....