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Europe's recovery is in full swing, but investors are better off in German manufacturers than troubled Eurozone banks, says Paul Christopher, Chief International Strategist at Wells Fargo Advisors.
Sustainability is a competitive advantage, not a cost center, says Peter Solmssen, Managing Board Member at Siemens.
Diagnostics imaging provider Digirad is making strides with its mobile service business, says the company's CEO Matthew Molchan.
The spike in oil is creating opportunities in renewable energy stocks, says David Richardson, Managing Director at Impax Asset Management.
Microgrids will provide low-cost power to small groups of consumers.
Pollution-free wind and solar power beats stinking old plants.
David Marcus, portfolio manager of the Evermore Global Value Fund, names his favorite stocks including Vivendi, Siemens and Fiat.
As the Superdome lights came back on, I saw an elegant design in action.
Wasif Latif, portfolio manager at USAA Investments, names his favorite global growth stocks including Siemens, America Movil, Chevron and Microsoft.
But congested transmission lines are actually hurting this nuclear power company more than wind power plants.
Coal will remain a primary fuel source in the U.S., and more efficient methods will yield more power from it.
Joe Kaeser, CFO of Siemens, gives us his take on where Europe will be in 3 to 6 months.
They will effectively prohibit all new coal plants and shut down many existing facilities.
US companies looking to export surplus gas to faraway nations may be in for a big surprise.
The U.S. military is becoming one the biggest promoters of renewable energy.
With natural gas as the new king, a huge winner is lurking in the power markets.
A proposed rule is bad policy for safe, economical and reliable power generation.
Many blame excessive federal regulation, but the main culprit is low natural gas prices.
Most electric utilities can't just switch to nat gas, but in the meantime, you can invest in the most efficient ones.
Many countries are challenged by how to provide environmentally safe, economic and reliable energy sources.
We could see a selloff here on the dismal corporate news over there.
Thorsten Heins' tenure as RIMM's new CEO could be as ill-fated as Leo Apotheker's term at Hewlett-Packard.
GE is expected to report a solid quarter, but Schlumberger may not be as lucky.
I see far more risk than reward in these shares as demand expectations continue to fall.