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  • Solar financing firm Sunrun expands reach in California market

    Solar financing firm Sunrun expands reach in California market
    Solar financing company Sunrun acquired a residential solar business that will expand its reach in the booming California solar market. The San Francisco company is purchasing three subsidiaries of Mainstream Energy Corp.: solar product distributor...
  • Natural gas shortage hits Southland power plants

    Natural gas shortage hits Southland power plants
    California hasn't completely escaped the effects of the polar vortex. Although the Golden State avoided the freezing snowfalls that affected regions farther east, power plants in the Southland are now grappling with low supplies of natural gas brought...
  • A gusher of oil money to save an oil tax cut in Alaska

    A gusher of oil money to save an oil tax cut in Alaska
    From the Anchorage Daily News comes the latest accounting of how much the oil industry is spending to save a tax cut it received last year from the generous state government.   As of Feb. 5, the total is $3.5 million, with the lead campaign donors being...
  • Bank of England indicates rate hike isn't imminent

    Bank of England indicates rate hike isn't imminent
    The Bank of England sought Wednesday to assure markets and businesses it won't raise its key interest rate any time soon despite a faster-than-expected decline in Britain's jobless rate. The central bank previously said it would consider raising its...
  • Occidental Petroleum's profits rise as Exxon Mobil's and Shell's fall

    Occidental Petroleum's profits rise as Exxon Mobil's and Shell's fall
    Occidental Petroleum reported higher profits in the fourth quarter as the oil and gas producer seeks to revamp its business after a boardroom shakeup last year. The Los Angeles company reported profits of $1.6 billion, or $2.04 a share, in the quarter...
  • IRS officially kicks off tax season, now accepting returns

    IRS officially kicks off tax season, now accepting returns
    Tax season, that time of year that spurs Americans to gnash their teeth and root out reams of old documents, officially kicked off Friday. The Internal Revenue Service started accepting and processing paper and online returns, as well as preparing...
  • More for Your Money: Verify savings from hotels' gas, gift card offers

    More for Your Money: Verify savings from hotels' gas, gift card offers
    If your family budget is running on fumes, getting free fuel for the car is mighty appealing. But before you book your summer vacation hotel, check under the shiny hood of its offer to pay $10 or even $75 of your gas costs. Nothing is really free, and...
  • Election 2012: Democrats, Republicans offer clear choice on taxes

     Election 2012: Democrats, Republicans offer clear choice on taxes
    At the center of the fall campaigns, from the presidential race on down, is whether to extend all or some of President George W. Bush's temporary tax cuts which are set to expire at the end of the year. President Barack Obama wants the Bush-tax cuts to...
  • Exxon Mobil accused of 'fraud' in Jacksonville gas spill trial

    Lawyers for dozens of Baltimore County families suing Exxon Mobil Corp. closed a six-month trial Friday by arguing for punitive damages in a 2006 underground gasoline leak in Jacksonville, accusing the corporation of playing down the potential harm of the...
  • Poetry magazine well-versed in criticism

    Poetry magazine well-versed in criticism
    Poetry makes nothing happen. So saidW.H. Auden. Who never lived in Chicago. Or knew Don Share. Share is the senior editor of Poetry magazine, the venerable Chicago-based literary institution. It turns 100 next year and has seen far more than nothing...
  • Jacksonville Exxon gas-leak case goes to jury

    After a 19-week trial, a lawsuit brought against Exxon Mobil Corp. by 300 Jacksonville residents went to the jury yesterday. At stake are potential compensatory and punitive damages worth "several billion dollars," said plaintiffs' attorney Stephen L....