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These seven energy providers aim to cut costs by pooling their knowledge and resources.
The sector has been heavily favored of late, and these two are particularly solid all-weather names.
Dividend-seekers have driven these stocks far ahead of the companies' fundamentals.
There is another economy -- one that's robust and not seeing a slowdown -- and these names showcase it.
Jim Cramer says the most important thing Ben Bernanke can do today is extend zero interest rates to 2015.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, laments the condemnation of Loews.
Duke Energy shows us that even in this safe sector, stock-picking is essential.
Today we are lifting the high-dividend end of our barbell approach, and recommending Con Ed, Dominion Resources and Kellogg.
Companies must fix systemwide damage first, frustrating customers.
Lindsey Bell and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, revealhow to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
When analyzing solar companies, be sure to look at their markets on a state-by-state basis.
US companies looking to export surplus gas to faraway nations may be in for a big surprise.
A proposed rule is bad policy for safe, economical and reliable power generation.
Few politicians understand the fundamental principles of energy production, delivery or consumption.
The gas-to-liquids process could turn our abundant supply of nat gas into distillate fuels.
Congress has approved construction for much-needed, nuclear plants, but it needs to clean up its underlying energy policies.
The EPA's coal plant regulations have become a polarizing issue because states made it a federal case.
No matter what the source of power, utility investors benefit from either subsidies or capactiy payments.
SMRs can produce safe, economic and reliable power to serve the grid's base load at a more affordable price.
Powerful incentives to invest in solar and wind power may die because politicians don't understand why they're good for America.
AES, which has taken great strides to take care of its shareholders, is once again able to deliver bottom-line results.
A number of fine American companies are at the euro's whim, regardless of whether there's any fundamental reason for it.
Two companies seek U.S. design certification, but nearly all the construction is happening overseas.