The national average has climbed every day for a month.
Every driver in America has witnessed what could be the first rule of energy prices: What goes down should eventually come back up.
The oil industry is going through hard times again. What does that mean for the economy?
If gasoline comes from oil, why isn’t the price falling as fast?
The war in Syria is less upsetting to markets than uncertain foreign policy in the U.S.
Experts agree: Gas prices are likely to reach $5 per gallon by the end of the year, and I, for one, want to find a way to lessen your pain.
It was hard to believe the day had come when Moammar Gadhafi wasn’t the nuttiest creature on nightly news. ”All my people love me,” the Libyan madman proclaimed, conveniently ignoring a great deal of contradictory evidence. But his show was stolen by another showman: Charlie Sheen. He produced not one, but two live-in girlfriends as
It’s not news that first-world companies exploit developing nations for resources and labor, but thanks to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, investors may have a little more insight into how companies operate in those countries, specifically in regard to oil, natural gas and minerals. The Securities and Exchange Commission is considering rules