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What is at stake in the Keystone XL pipeline?

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) – An American federal judge in Montana stopped the construction of TransCanada Corps ( TRP.TO ) Keystone XL oil pipeline on Thursday, saying that an American environmental analysis "hard look" on the cumulative effects of greenhouse gas emissions and the impact on native American resources. PHIL PHOTO: A TransCanada Keystone Pipeline Pump Station Operates Outside Steele City, …

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Here are the 40 newly announced Sears and Kmart stores

Sears Holdings Corp has announced that 40 stores will close in February 2019, adding the 142 closures announced by the boring retailer earlier. The stores, which include both Kmart and Sears, will start liquidation sales late next week, said the company. Any Sears Auto Stores in these locations will also close. Sears SHLDQ, + 9.17% filed Chapter 11 October 15th. …

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Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Uncertain Future

A federal decision that blocks the Trump Administration's approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, is currently shooting a project that has met a decade of delays due to fever resistance from environmentalists, landowners and Indians. U.S. District Judge Brian M. Morris ruled Thursday evening that President Trumps 2017 issued a limitation on the extension of the pipeline by Transcanada Corp. …

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Sears in Saratoga Springs set to close in February

Sears Warehouse at the Wilton Mall in Saratoga Springs is part of another wave of closures announced by Sears Holdings, the bankruptcy company of Sears and Kmart dealers. Sears Warehouse at the Wilton Mall in Saratoga Springs is part of another wave of closures announced by Sears Holdings, the bankruptcy company of Sears and Kmart dealers. Sears Warehouse at the …

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M.T.A. Chairman, Tasked to Fix New York's Subway Problems, Resigns

The chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which controls New York City's troubled subway, has resigned after the election of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a third official, said on Friday. The chairman, Joseph J. Lhota, had returned to the agency last year to oversee the transit system after the subway descended into crisis. He had run the agency during an …

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Wall Street falls on China concerns, oil spill

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium . Require your 2-week free trial here. By Sruthi Shankar (Reuters) – US stocks fell Friday, with shares of technology, energy and industrial companies that bear the use of a selloff, such as weak Chinese data and slow down oil prices raised concerns about global growth. As investors fell growth stocks, the S & …

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US producer prices increased in October

WASHINGTON – A measure of US business prices rose in October at the fastest pace of almost six years, indicating that inflation can pick up steam after a summer fall. The producer price index, a price target for its goods and services, rose a seasonally adjusted 0.6% in October from a month earlier, the Labor Ministry said Friday. This was …

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How the new Tesla chairman Robyn Denholm thinks of leadership

Tesla is among the most short-term US stocks and has a high level of debt, and eventually a profitable quarter has never been able to maintain profitability. Critics say it needs to develop its production and logistics capabilities well before it ever will live up to the strong stock price. Denholm talked about business transformation in a video interview in …

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