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May 7, 2012 Czechs eye moratorium on shale gas explorationSource: Reuters
The Czech Environment Ministry is planning to put up to a two-year moratorium on granting licenses for shale gas exploration until new legislation is put in place, the ministry said.
May 7, 2012 U.S. Treasury Sells $5 Billion of AIG StockSource: Bloomberg
The U.S. Treasury Department agreed to sell $5 billion of shares in American International Group Inc. (AIG) in a stock offering, with the bailed-out insurer buying $2 billion of the total.
The shutdown of Japan's last working nuclear power plant and the government's failure to convince a wary public about restoring production at dozens of reactors leaves the world's third largest economy facing another summer of...
Source: UN News Centre
Representatives from governments negotiating the outcome document for the United Nations Sustainable Development Conference (Rio+20) today agreed to add five more days of deliberations to bridge differences that have kept them...
Source: Christian Science Monitor
A new study involving a genetically modified flu virus has put a spotlight on calls for tighter international oversight of biomedical research whose bugs pose a high risk of global disease outbreak if released accidentally, by...
Source: NY Times
PARIS — After elections in France and Greece punished leaders advocating austerity, Europeans on Monday contemplated a new and untested political landscape shaped by competing demands for austerity one hand to counter the debt...
Source: Chicago Tribune
The U.S. State Department confirmed on Friday it has received a new application from TransCanada Corp for a pipeline to run from the U.S.-Canada border to Steele City, Nebraska.
Source: Washington Post
The economy gained 115,000 jobs in April, and the unemployment rate fell slightly to 8.1 percent, the Labor Department reported on Friday.
Unfortunately, most of the media coverage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has focused on mid-sized to large employers, who face more requirements than much smaller ones. If your company employs fewer than 250...
On a sunny morning early last September, Susanna Gaxiola fed her husband a healthy breakfast of fresh cantaloupe in their Albuquerque, New Mexico, home. Her husband, Rene, a Pentecostal pastor and minister, had been fighting a...
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