GEs $31 Billion Problem

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John Flannery scarcely needs any more headaches. But at a time when General Electric Co . is facing what amounts to an existential crisis, a $31 billion inadequacy in its pension plan may involve any turnaround that involves a breakup of the 126 -year-old icon of American capitalism. Divvying up the obligations won’t be easy. […]

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Bitcoin Could End Up Using More Power Than Electric Cars

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The global superpower needed to create cryptocurrencies this year could rival the entire electricity consumption of Argentina and be a growing motorist for renewable energy producers from the U.S. to China. Miners of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies could compel up to 140 terawatt-hours of electricity in 2018, about 0.6 percentage of the global total, Morgan […]

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Uruguay makes dramatic shift to nearly 95% electricity from clean energy

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In less than 10 times the country has lashed its carbon footprint and lowered electricity overheads, without government subsidies. Designates at the Paris summit can learn much from its success As the enacted groundbreaking marijuana legalisation, pioneered inflexible tobacco authority, and interposed some of the most liberal the politics of The countries of latin america […]

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