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Texas power disaster may be strongest case yet for renewable energy

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Blaming renewables in Texas and elsewhere at a time when they need more, not less, of the nation's power system to modernize is short-sighted, said energy analysts. See full story.

Nasdaq slumps 1.3% as stock market skids amid rise in bond yields, inflation

U.S. stocks were lower in morning trade Wednesday as economic reports pointed to a healthy American consumer sector, but also suggested inflation might be picking up. See full story.

22 additional dividend stocks that Warren Buffett might consider buying

His Berkshire Hathaway conglomerate recently started buying shares of Verizon and Chevron --- both have attractive dividend yields well-supported by expected cash flow. See full story.

Bill Gates roasted for saying rich countries should eat ‘100% synthetic beef’

This is one step to tackle climate change discussed in the Microsoft founder's new book 'How to Avoid a Climate Disaster' See full story.

Big city flight led to surging suburban home prices — Will it outlast the pandemic?

Home prices are surging in less dense suburbs of big cities in the past year due to the pandemic. But as the U.S. vaccination effort ramps up, Fitch Ratings expects price gains in the suburbs to cool. See full story.


An author’s modern retreat in the woods received offers within a matter of days. See full story.

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