Columbia's century-old first power plant is out of the coal business.
In stock car racing, there's an old adage: If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'. You could say the same sometimes for auto makers up against stricter environmental rules.
A company building a $2 billion fertilizer plant near Sioux City expects its workforce to exceed 4,000, which would be more than double the number of workers it once envisioned.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush says ending the ban on U.S. oil exports and easing restrictions on natural gas exports will unleash the nation's economy.
Three groups will receive $5.9 million in federal grants to train first responders to handle railroad incidents involving crude oil, ethanol and other flammable liquids.
A nuclear fusion process developed by Scandinavian researchers could allow environmentally friendly electricity to be generated on a small scale within a few years.
A Houston polymer producer will pay nearly $1.4 billion to acquire Arizona Chemical, a leading maker of chemicals derived from pine trees.
A North Dakota man faces four decades in prison after pleading guilty to having a hit man kill two of his business associates — one who was bludgeoned to death at a truck shop and another who was shot at his upscale home while his wife hid in a closet.
The Environmental Protection Agency is strengthening 20-year-old rules designed to protect farmworkers from toxic pesticides.
The foundation says $1.2 million of Monday's grants is from Monsanto.
Halliburton and Baker Hughes are divesting more assets as the rival oilfield services companies seek approval from regulators to join in a $34.6 billion deal.
Kuwait's oil minister is rejecting the idea of a meeting between OPEC members and nonmember states as requested by financially struggling Venezuela.
Energy Transfer Equity is buying pipeline operator The Williams Cos. for approximately $32.61 billion.
Alcoa will split into two independent companies, separating its bauxite, aluminum and casting operations from its engineering, transportation and global rolled products businesses.
Who knew about the deception, when did they know it and who directed it?