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Arch Coal Lures Lenders With Coal in Ground: Corporate Finance
Lenders are allowing Arch Coal Inc. to borrow $1 billion without the typical level of restrictions, helping the company overcome plunging energy prices as it cuts spending after two quarters of cash outflows.
Is Your Power Company Fighting in Court Against Safeguards From Mercury and ...
The standards will reduce by 90% the mercury pollution that coal- and oil-burning power plants emit. Mercury is a dangerous neurotoxin that harms children's developing brains and nervous systems, and power plants are the largest industrial source of ...
Even in Coal Country, the Fight for an Industry
Pressured on the domestic front, some giant American coal producers, like Arch Coal and Peabody Energy, are shifting their attention to markets overseas, where coal-fired power plants are being built faster than they are being abandoned in the United ...
Private Equity Funding Brazilian Home Builders: Mortgages
The company, You Inc. Incorporadora e Participacoes SA, needed additional capital that it couldn't get from banks or equity investors, Worms said.
Whiting replaced as Patriot Coal CEO
Patriot's board also named coal industry veteran Bennett K. Hatfield, 55, the company's president and chief operating officer.
FA Cup final 2012: Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich wanting to build a temple of ...
Almucantar, Chelsea's property partner, based in Luxembourg, recently bought Centre Point and the Marble Arch Tower and were chosen by the MCC to redevelop Lord's.
'Like a Third World prison cell': Mother and stepfather who kept son, 11, in ...
A couple who kept their 11-year-old son a virtual prisoner in a former coal bunker were each jailed for two years yesterday.
Europe finally awakes from its utopian dream
Let's say this again, just in case a single sentient being on the planet has missed it: Germany cannot simply decide to bail Greece (or Spain, or Italy, etc) out of its debts.
EPA Appeals Coal Mine Ruling
In taking the rare step of revoking the permit, granted in 2007 by the Bush administration, the E.P.A. said that the coal mining would do permanent damage to rivers, wildlife and communities.
Fortune's runners-up: Three St. Louis firms are just outside the top 500
Arch Coal, at No. 545 this year, would be an outside shot to climb past No. 500 in a good year, but analysts expect its revenue to decline in 2012 because of lower coal prices. So, none of these St. Louis area firms is a cinch to climb into the Fortune ...