EPA’s Fracking Study Bolsters Energy Industry, Undercuts Environmentalists
Industry groups said that the result vindicated what they have been arguing for years: drilling activity has risks, but fracking doesn’t deserve new federal oversight.
Securities Class-Action Awards Jumped 46% in 2013
Securities class-action awards jumped to $4.8 billion, mainly driven by six mega-settlements. A case pending in the Supreme Court could dramatically curb future actions.
Templeton’s Mobius on 2012 Outlook: Market Volatility Here to Stay
Market volatility will be a continued risk in 2012, and it’s difficult to say when the next crisis may hit, says Mark Mobius, Franklin Templeton’s emerging markets guru.
It's The Large Caps' Turn To Shine
The mutual funds that get talked about at cocktail parties are usually the small, singular sensations that deliver the sexiest returns. But the bulk of the money still resides in the big-stock funds that have been lagging behind small-company offerings for the past six years.