Carbon emissions from the U.S. power sector fell 8% last year even with the economy growing, as utilities increasingly dropped coal for cheaper natural gas and renewables.
This year numerous issues are disrupting the administration of an annual test determining students' university prospects.
Warren Buffett once said that “diversification is protection against ignorance. It makes little sense if you know what you are doing.” The takeaway: Load up on what you know. Even if it’s a tech stock, apparently.
From the peaceful dunes of Cape Cod to the wild cliffs of the Pacific Northwest, these are the top affordable beach towns and cities where retirees can kick back.
Don’t believe the hype about a V-shaped recovery, says analysts at Morgan Stanley.
In short order, Slack made a rare acquisition, Microsoft Teams dressed up Teams service, and Zoom is getting into the hardware business.
Consumer borrowing fell by smaller 5.3% annual pace in May after a much larger decline in April, as the economy began to recovery from the deepest downturn in American history
A proposal reportedly under consideration by U.S. officials that would take aim at the Hong Kong dollar’s peg to the U.S. currency is being met with disbelief by economists and currency traders. Here’s why.
Gold prices have climbed to their highest levels in nearly nine years, with the precious metal seen as a ‘weapon of choice’ for investors dealing with pandemic-related uncertainty in the stock market, clearing the path to a fresh record in the second half of the year.