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  • Fortune 500: Top 10 companies in 2013

    Fortune has released its annual list of the largest corporations in the United States, and there were a few notable changes in this year’s group. Here are the Top 10.

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  • Energy Voices As emissions rise, US coal steps up push for carbon capture

    After three years of decline, greenhouse-gas emissions are rising again, largely because of increased coal use. The best chance for the industry to erase its 'dirty coal' image is through carbon capture, which is making progress.

  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems in US skies: Early steps forward (Sponsor content)

    Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) will help reshape American aviation – and help civilians do everything from improve crop yields to support wildlife conservation. A crucial step in fulfilling that promise will be the assignment of radio spectrum to enable more-robust control of UAS.

  • Energy Voices ExxonMobil buys stake in Canadian oil sands

    ExxonMobil Canada and Imperial Oil will pay $720 million for 226,000 acres of ConocoPhillips' oil sands property in Canada. The property exists nearly 100 miles to the south of Fort McMurray in Alberta, and entails of ConocoPhillips entire stake in the Clyden oil sands in the Athabasca Region.

  • Buffett's firm reveals new stock investments and divestments

    Filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission revealed recent investment decisions made by Berkshire Hathaway, the investment group led by Warren Buffett. In addition to buying and selling stocks in its $85 billion U.S. stock portfolio, the company owns 80 other companies, some of which account for more than half its income.

  • Energy Voices Who benefits when natural gas prices rise?

    Stronger natural gas prices are good news for some and bad news for others, Rapier writes. Given their heavy investments in natural gas, ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips, along with Chesapeake, stand to benefit from the recovery in natural gas prices.

  • Fortune 500: Top 10 companies in 2013

    Fortune has released its annual list of the largest corporations in the United States, and there were a few notable changes in this year’s group. Here are the Top 10.

  • Energy Voices Oil companies near multi-year highs. Still undervalued.

    Oil companies should no longer be valued by their reserves. New drilling technologies like fracking and horizontal drilling mean oil companies operate more like advanced manufacturers, which have much higher price-earnings ratios.  

  • Energy Voices In Venezuela, oil and idealism won't mix forever

    Venezuela's oil is too big for major energy companies to ignore and too risky to plunge into. Eventually, post-Chávez Venezuela will choose pragmatism over idealism.  

  • Five energy challenges for Venezuela

    With the passing of Hugo Chávez, the issue of what Venezuela chooses to do with its oil moves to center stage for the energy industry – and for environmentalists. Here are five energy challenges that Venezuela will have to face.

  • Energy Voices After Hugo Chávez, what's next for Venezuelan oil?

    With Hugo Chávez's passing, some are looking for a new era in Venezuelan oil. But Venezuela's role in the global oil market has diminished over the years and some expect little change in Venezuelan oil after Hugo Chávez.

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Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

 
 
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