4 Energy Stock Stories to Fuel Weekend Investment Chatter
By Mark Lawson | March 16, 2013 7:41 AM EST
Chesapeake Energy Corporation ( trustee Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, along with a group of investors holding $250 million of the notes had fought the proposed redemption, claiming that it would cause irreparable harm.
SolarWinds ( Industries Association, which is the industry’s main trade group, will report that the amount of new solar energy capacity installed in the United States jumped by 76 percent last year versus 2011, according to The New York Times, which added that the boost was due to an oversupply of cheaper solar panels made in China.
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