What does bulging natural gas supply mean for your business?

Natural gas prices are back in the doldrums after a brief rally this winter. Output is high and demand is tapering off as spring weather arrives across the U.S. And there’s a genuine risk that prices could fall even further, depending on the weather this summer. What does it all mean for energy producers and investors?

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Will the next SCOTUS nominee determine the fate of the Clean Power Plan?

The Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan is arguably the most significant environmental regulation to come out of Washington in decades. The CPP calls for dramatic reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector, and has been hailed as proof of America’s commitment to combating climate change. But a rare move by the Supreme Court has halted implementation of the CPP and created significant uncertainty for the future of U.S. energy and environmental policy.

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Who profits from the Apple vs. FBI showdown?

In this issue: How the standoff between Apple and the FBI spells more business for security firms. Growing threats from phony e-mails. Cellular firms betting heavily on 5G networks as their next cash cow. AT&T and Intel testing wireless airwaves for drones. How good is your state for tech innovation? Facebook’s new global telecom project. Good stock picks in the Nasdaq for dividend hunters.

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