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4 Companies Helping Cable Provide Faster Broadband Service

Americans love their programming and content, and the cable companies are there to deliver. Another thing consumers love is fast data and Internet service, and that is one battle the ...
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5 Stocks to Buy Benefiting From Skyrocketing Demand for Fiber Delivery

We have all heard it before so much it sounds cliched: “We need more bandwidth.” The bottom line is that expression is really just a product of incredible rising demand. ...
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New Nuclear Reactor Design Approval a Serious Score for GE-Hitachi

Nuclear power has been challenged in the United States and globally on the heels of the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima plant in Japan. Still, coal is so hated by ...
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Hammered CleanTech Stocks May Offer Up Big 2015 Gains

If any specific industry has become the poster child for volatility, it is the clean technology sector. Short sellers target the stocks anytime there is an Asia-related hiccup, and some ...
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Duke Energy’s $500 Million Solar Investment Largest in Its Region

Duke Energy Corp. (NYSE: DUK) has made a move to further its alternative energy initiatives. The electric utility giant announced on Monday that it has committed some $500 million to ...
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Hanson Building Products Files for Initial Public Offering

Hanson Building Products Ltd. has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for its initial public offering (IPO). No terms were given for the offering, but it can ...
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The Riskiest Places to Live in America

Where in the United States do natural hazards make it riskiest to live? Based on data derived from nine natural hazards, CoreLogic has generated a Hazard Risk Score for the ...
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What This Appliance Unit Sale Really Means for GE

General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) is doing everything that it can to get its outside view reclassified with the investing community. GE is trying to become an industrial conglomerate so ...
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New Technology Could End the Debate Over Pipeline Safety

By James Stafford of Who could have ever imagined that North America would surpass Saudi Arabia as the world’s largest producer of oil and natural gas liquids? A decade ...
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Did Duke Get Enough in Midwest Asset Sale to Dynegy?

Duke Energy Corp. (NYSE: DUK) and Dynegy Inc. (NYSE: DYN) struck a deal on Friday for coal and natural gas generation in the Midwest. Unfortunately, Dynegy seems to have come ...
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Spark Energy Analysts See End of Quiet Period

Spark Energy Inc. (NASDAQ: SPKE) recently had its initial public offering and the analysts’ ratings have started coming in following the end of the post-IPO quiet period. The offering consisted ...
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Drought Is Causing Level of Western U.S. to Rise

The drought throughout the Western United States, particularly California, may be the worst in a century. Aside from the ruin of crops and possible permanent damage to soil, the dry ...
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Big Insider Selling Coincides With SolarCity Analyst Downgrade

SolarCity Corp. (NASDAQ: SCTY) has had several issues come up of late. Earnings (well, losses) took out about 8% of the value recently with light revenues, but on Tuesday a ...
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Merrill Lynch Says Solar Demand to Soar Over Next 3 Years

The days of the solar industry being a pipe-dream that only eco-friendly green activists support are long over. When prices of polysilicon, one of the main ingredients used to make ...
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Duke Earnings and Guidance to Reverse or Stop Panic Selling Trend

Duke Energy Corp. (NYSE: DUK) reported its quarterly results Thursday morning, posting a handy increase in its earnings. The summer months were a contributing factor as seasonal utility expenses tend ...
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