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What’s An Energy Company CEO To Do?

Posted On September 14, 2015 | by Kristine Walczak

As energy stocks continue to slump and remain out of favor, many stories you’ll read will trumpet the doom and gloom of low share prices for energy companies and their investors. Right now, many energy stocks, particularly […]

The Desert Sunlight Solar Farm, which is billed as Southern California’s largest solar plant, was dedicated with much fanfare this week by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell. The solar farm, developed by First Solar Inc. […]

It’s been many months since we took a look at small cap oilfield services stocks, the companies that, among other services, make the equipment used in the business of deep-sea drilling and onshore hydraulic fracturing. They also […]

Restoring the Image of the Tainted Reverse Merger

Posted On December 15, 2014 | by AllenCaron

By guest author Nate Nead, Managing Director of www.reversemergers.comhttp://www.reversemergers.com/ http://www.reversemergers.com/ A recent conversation with a partner at a tier one law firm that regularly works on fully-underwritten IPOs went something like this. Me: “Tell me about your […]

Retailers may have been underwhelmed by the Black Friday early Christmas season shopping, but that may be because shoppers were busy at another competing outlet: car lots. Auto sales in November reached 1.3 million vehicles, a jump […]

The week has been awash with positive news for alternative energy, particularly solar power. Here are some of the solar power-related headlines we have seen just in the past few days: “The World’s Largest Solar Plant Is […]

Small Caps Making Forays into the Fuel Cell Future

Posted On October 30, 2014 | by AllenCaron

Toyota continues to tout its foray into the fuel cell future, according to the Los Angeles Times. And it’s not only Toyota. Hyundai has begun leasing a fuel cell-powered version of its Tucson SUV. Honda has announced […]

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