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  • Mayores precios del petróleo impulsan ganancias de Exxon pese a su menor producción

    (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp, la mayor petrolera mundial que cotiza en bolsa, reportó ganancias trimestrales más fuertes a lo esperado el jueves debido a que los mayores precios del crudo y del gas natural contrarrestaron una caída del 6 por ciento en...
  • Dow tanks more than 300 points amid Fed, foreign concerns

    Stocks dropped steeply Thursday, exacerbating a two-day slump that analysts attributed to concerns about instability abroad, worries about Friday’s employment data and fears that the Federal Reserve may raise rock-bottom interest rates sooner than...
  • Eberhard, Brosky and Egbert: U.S. has investors, innovators to combat climate change effects

    What have future generations ever done for us? They have lent us the planet. We didn't inherit it from our ancestors. We borrowed it from our children, and we risk returning it in worse condition, since we face an impending crisis brought on by...
  • 33 Illinois companies make Fortune 500 list

    33 Illinois companies make Fortune 500 list
    Thirty-three Illinois companies made the 2014 Fortune 500 list, Fortune magazine’s annual ranking of the top 500 corporations by gross revenue after adjustments and excise taxes. The figure is up from 32 companies that landed on the 2013 list...
  • Iraq crisis: Government asks U.S. for air support to fight militants

    Iraq crisis: Government asks U.S. for air support  to fight militants
    President Obama updated congressional leaders on Wednesday on the situation in Iraq and reviewed what he sees as options for "increased security assistance" for the country, which is grappling with insurgents led by the Islamic State of Iraq and the ...
  • Business in Saudi Arabia: Half-opening the gates

    Business in Saudi Arabia: Half-opening the gates
    A trip around the bustling shopping centres of Riyadh, with their wide range of familiar European and American retailing brands, gives the superficial impression of a country that is open to the outside world. Some of the world's biggest energy and...
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  • Phil Mickelson 'cooperating' with insider trading investigation

    If golf star Phil Mickelson is concerned by a federal probe into possible insider trading involving him, billionaire investor Carl Icahn and Las Vegas gambler William Walters, he did not show it on Saturday. As he hit a few practice balls before his...
  • Helicopter Operators Set For Take-Off As Oil Drilling Picks Up

    A pickup in offshore drilling is swelling the order books of the handful of helicopter operators that shuttle oil workers to and from remote rigs. Their stock prices, depressed after Big Oil's recent spending cuts, could also be readying for take-off....
  • Latest sign the tech bubble's really here: Uber valued at $17 billion

    The ride-sharing app company Uber last week raised $1.2 billion in venture capital on terms that valued the company at $17 billion. As Will Oremus at Slate.com observed, that's almost as much as Hertz and Avis combined. It's more plausible to see Uber's...
  • After jobs report, Dow hits new high then declines a bit

    The Dow Jones industrial average hit a new record in early trading Friday before later reversing course and suffering a modest decline. The blue-chip indicator rose more than 60 points early on to notch its second record high in the last three days...