As New York’s attorney general, Mr. Schneiderman used the same playbook that raised the profiles of his predecessors. Whoever fills the job next will probably do the same thing.
Firms rushed to invest after sanctions ended. But dreams of a thriving Iranian market were in doubt even before the U.S. announced it was pulling out of the agreement.
Moves in global bond markets over the last few months suggest changing expectations about prices.
An arbitration panel sided with the company 11 years after Hugo Chávez expropriated several of its oil projects. Now the problem is trying to collect.
Debt needn’t be a big problem for companies with strong cash flow. But in those three industries, some companies are facing stress.
The world added more solar power than any other energy source in 2017. But it’s still a tiny fraction of total electricity.
Deepwater projects fell out of favor as oil prices dropped and costs remained prohibitive, but winning bids totaling more than $2.4 billion were hailed as a success in Brazil.
The world needs to reduce emissions to avoid drastic global warming. For now, a new study shows, we’re moving in the opposite direction.
Conceived for an era of high gasoline prices, the F-150 has lost its fuel-efficiency selling point, while its key material has gotten costlier.
The public sign of discord is highly unusual for the two Communist neighbors, and it comes as Beijing seeks to expand its influence in the South China Sea.