- The Energy Department has awarded grants to scientists in five western states to develop research for a national lab aimed at tapping hard-to-get-to geothermal energy they say someday could provide enough power to supply 100 million homes.
- At a cozy cottage on Center Street in Midtown, The Isles Teashop is brewing up something special. The quaint little shop is known from bringing a little bit of the British Isles to America with high tea.
- Washoe County Commission Chairwoman Marsha Berkbigler says developers of a downtown Reno stadium have reached a tentative agreement with the county to pay some $1.2 million in back taxes owed on it.
Slow Global Growth Vexes Policy Makers Six years after tackling the global financial crisis, the world’s top economic policy makers are struggling to exit crisis-management mode and lift growth out of a long-term funk.
Many Who Lost Homes to Foreclosure Won't Return: NAR Less than one-third of families who lost their homes to foreclosure or other distress events in the past decade are likely to become homeowners again, according to an analysis by the National Association of Realtors.
For Sale: Used Oilfield Machinery Forests of idle drilling rigs, piles of pipe and ranks of empty trucks are a new and tangible sign of the financial trouble sweeping the oil patch.
Ford Profit Down for Quarter Ford Motor Co. reported net income was down 7% in the first quarter as profitability in North America and Asia was offset by losses in Europe and South America.
Pricier Gadgets Help Apple Apple is pulling off a feat rarely seen in any industry, much less the cutthroat world of consumer electronics: gaining market share while also commanding higher prices.
French Minister Riles Renault How France’s economy minister outmaneuvered Renault’s Carlos Ghosn by striking an options deal with Deutsche Bank to temporarily buy shares in Renault, letting it double its power over the car maker.
Oil Prices Hit BP Profit BP reported a sharp drop in first-quarter profit compared with a year earlier and saw its cash flow squeezed as oil prices hit their lowest mark in six years.
U.K. Economy Slows Ahead of Election The U.K. economy slowed, casting a shadow over the government’s economic track record less than two weeks before a closely fought national election.
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