These large cap stocks trade at attractive valuations and pay generous dividends.
It's pathetic that job creation doesn't play a bigger role. We should better balance jobs and environmental concerns.
Already a huge transporter of oil and natural gas, the company has ambitious projects and an ability to execute.
With Edison International permanently closing the facility, the issue of aging reactors in the US is becoming inescapable.
North Dakota's oil boom has sent its GDP soaring, and it's minting 2,000 millionaires a year. But it also faces tough problems.
The federal government will auction leases for 2 sites with the potential to power a million homes.
These gems have oilman T. Boone Pickens' stamp of approval.
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