Daily Archives: August 30, 2013
CARACAS (Reuters) – A Venezuelan man has been sentenced to 5 1/2 years in prison for shooting and wounding two U.S. military attaches at a strip club in the capital, the attorney general’s office said on Friday.
BEIRUT (Reuters) – Syria said on Friday that accusations by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry that it has used chemical weapons were “lies and baseless.”
Dan Hilliard, flat-rolled steel editor, describes the market sentiment in regards to when or whether pricing will escape its current rut, flat-rolled imports, and the effect on buying patterns of low market confidence.
So, is a proposed federal rule designed to reduce worker exposure to crystalline silica in industrial sands a backdoor assault on the oil and gas industry in general, and hydraulic fracturing in particular?
A discussion on why utilities are building new nuclear capacity when electricity prices are so low and the price of natural gas is relatively low.
August is shaping up to be the market’s worst month since May 2012.
Apple to allow customers to trade in older iPhone for new device.
Thailand franchise’s ad shows a woman with pink lips in blackface makeup.
Prices in some cities remain high, at least 25 cents more than the national average price.
A company that sets up breast-feeding and pumping stations unveiled its first location in Burlington, Vt.
Net income dropped to $4.7 million in the 2Q as company blames losses on derivatives.
Odyssey gets the top score under the new test parameters
Don’t let worries rule your investments; playing defense can sap growth.
Ford is trotting out the retrospective with a new Mustang in the wings