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Coal company to eliminate 150 Kentucky mining jobs
"Layoffs are an unfortunate last resort, and it's tough for miners that want to work but are unable to because of factors beyond their control and the company's control," Kevin Crutchfield, Alpha's chairman and CEO, said in a statement. Alpha Natural ...
BlackRock Fund Manager to Leave
Rice Drilling, a subsidiary of Mr. Rice's family firm, formed a joint venture in 2010 with Alpha Natural Resources, a coal and natural-gas company that later became the largest holding in Mr. Rice's biggest mutual fund. The fund's unrealized losses on ...
BlackRock energy fund manager leaves firm  Reuters
A Fund Manager's Home Cooking
A subsidiary of Mr. Rice's family company, Rice Drilling B, is a partner in a joint venture to develop natural-gas wells with Alpha Natural Resources, a publicly traded coal and natural-gas company based in Bristol, Va., according to Alpha's filings ...
Manager steps down amid controversy  Boston Globe
Can 'Skin in the Game' Pose Conflicts?
With his co-manager, Denis J. Walsh III, Mr. Rice oversees $4.5 billion in energy investments at BlackRock. BLK 2.64 ... Rice Drilling B is a partner in a joint venture to develop natural-gas wells with Alpha Natural Resources (stock-market value: $2.3 ...
Fastest Jet Fighter: Lockheed Martin's F-22 Raptor
Susan Hassler: When we think air dominance, the F-22 Raptor zooms to mind. At 1500 miles an hour, it's the U.S. military's fastest airborne fighting machine.
The Most-Yelled-At Man in the NBA
The twist is that Chalmers was once an alpha dog himself. At Kansas, he authored one of the most iconic moments in the school's proud basketball history.
STEM Education Funding in the US - Is More or Less Needed?
Do we really know whether we have too few or too many STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) students to meet the future innovation and competitive needs of the US?
The Fracking of America
Just a few years ago, the operating assumption of both government and the industry was that the U.S. was running out of recoverable natural gas and would soon be importing large amounts to meet our needs. Shipping terminals to receive liquefied natural ...
The Math Behind the 100-Year, Natural-Gas Supply Debate
A 2009 study by the IHS Global Insight energy research firm concluded, “Shale gas production has more than doubled the size of the discovered natural gas resource in North America —enough to satisfy more than 100 years of consumption at current rates.”.
The 12 Companies with the Highest-Paid Boards of Directors
Often, the media discusses the issue of high CEO pay, but what about high pay for members of the board? More than a dozen public company boards had directors whose compensation averaged more than $500,000 in 2011. That is greater than the ...