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Energy companies turn to high-yield market to fund shift to oil
April 12 (IFR) - Energy and pipeline companies have poured into the high-yield market in 2012, taking advantage of attractive rates as they shift their capital to oil and away from natural gas.
Taking advantage of new opportunities spells success
It counts Trojan, a business it grew from, as its top customer but has also grown its client base to include green energy industries and General Dynamics Land Systems Canada, London's armoured vehicle maker, and others in the defence sector.
Which Companies Pay The Most In Taxes?
In 2011 these three oil giants each paid more in income taxes than any other corporation in America. ExxonMobil in 2011 made $27.3 billion in cash payments for income taxes.
Large Wind Farms Increase Temperatures Near Ground
Despite long-standing interest in the environmental impacts of such large-scale alternative-energy installations, this is the first time anyone has measured how wind turbines can alter local temperatures over the long term, the scientists said.
Past Magic and a New McDreamy
Proprietor Ike is the key, the emotional doorway into the series, and he has the makings of an appealingly flawed hero. Yet even Ike, like many of the characters here (Kelly Lynch as his ex-sister-in-law, Meg, is an interesting exception), sometimes ...
Top Paid CIOs Took Cuts in Compensation
Take Aetna's Meg McCarthy, the most highly paid CIO of 2010. In 2011, her total compensation dropped to $4.5 million from $5.1 million in 2010, according to company filings released Monday.
For businesses in China, a minefield of bribery risks
In the latest move, reported by Reuters last week, the SEC has started investigating major U.S. movie studios and their dealings in China, sending letters of inquiry to at least five studios in the past two months including News Corp's 20th Century Fox ...
Here's How American Companies Bribe Their Way To The Top In China  Business Insider
In Executive Pay, a Rich Game of Thrones
Not since Steve Jobs has a chief executive at Apple, or any other public American corporation, for that matter, been as richly rewarded in stock as Timothy D. Cook, who succeeded Mr. Jobs as chief executive last August, a few months before Mr. Jobs died.
Insiders are selling. Should you?
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- First quarter earnings have been decent, if not spectacular. And many corporate executives are issuing cautiously optimistic guidance for the rest of the year.
The High Risks of Short-Term Management
Investors who care about the volatility of their portfolio should factor in their decisions the time horizon of the corporation. That generates a need for more data that help investors separate companies that are short-term-oriented versus long-term ...