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At present, solar industry is evolving faster and is doing well in the US. To expand their business reach further, On Tuesday, White House …

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Top CEOs at the largest U.S corporations lowered their outlook for economic growth, and planned less spending and hiring within reduced expectations for sales, …

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The Obama administration will define new rules to curtail emissions from airplanes, expanding a quest to undertake climate change, which includes a series of …

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Most Americans seem to think the American dream out of reach. While the Great Recession came to an end almost five years ago, most …

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PRISM-gate has indeed opened the gates to further criticism of Obama Administration and the conniving role of technology companies. Users are critical of the disclosure methods adopted by these technology companies and public carriers in disposing of personal data either directly to government security agencies or to third parties.

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The Obama administration wants the U.S. offshore wind industry to flourish. As it reposes hope in renewable sources of energy, it decided to award $28 million in grants to seven projects. Those projects are aimed at developing different kinds of power-generation technologies.

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Aetna Inc., a major health insurance Company in the Philadelphia region, announced plans to buy Coventry Health Care Inc. in a $5.7 billion cash-and-stock deal. The purchase will increase the Aetna’s presence in government-financed health care programs such as Medicaid and Medicare. The acquisition will take place before major provisions of Affordable Care Act come into effect.

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The Obama Administration on Wednesday rejected plans for Keystone pipeline, a massive oil pipeline project, blaming that authorized deadlines forced on Obama administration by the Republicans left very little time to allow a fair review. Energy magazines fear that the Obama Administrations decision of denying permits to Keystone pipeline will ruin a key energy initiative, which would actually have created a flood of badly-needed U.S. jobs.

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) announced on Thursday, the release of 60 million barrels of oil from global reserves. Primarily being touted as a …

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