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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.
Arch Coal Shares Slide 33.7% Below Strobel's Purchase Price
There's an old saying on Wall Street about insider buying: there are many possible reasons to sell a stock, but only one reason to buy.
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 ...
JSW Seeks African Coal to Beat Australian Rains: Corporate India
JSW expects coal from the Benga mine to meet its quality standards after imports from Vale SA's mines in Mozambique last quarter matched specifications, Jayant Acharya said in the telephone interview yesterday.
CHEEZBURGER CEO BEN HUH: How I Jumped Off A 150-Foot Stone Arch
In February, a viral video of the insane jump off Corona Arch was making the rounds. It had accumulated more than 10 million views.
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.
The Right-Wing's 20 Biggest Sex Hypocrites
Barry Goldwater, who was considered the epitome of an arch-conservative when he ran for president against Democrat Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964, had no use for the Religious Right.
Sterling Biotech Said to Fail to Pay $184 Million of Notes
Founded in 1883 by 24-year-old Francis S. Peabody with $100, a wagon and two mules, the miner is now the largest private-sector coal company in the world. It joins at least four other coal companies that have sought bankruptcy during the slump -- a ...
Elliott Argentine Bond Bid Wins Vote of Ex-Bush Official
Patriot filed for bankruptcy in 2012 and again in 2015, joining Alpha, Walter, Arch Coal Inc. and James River Coal Co. Implications of the year's largest Chapter 11 case are already notable, according to Fitch Ratings.