- U.S.Associated Press•16 hours ago
Jan Brown pores over his royalty statement and wonders where all the money went. A few months ago, the nation's second-largest natural gas producer siphoned $2,201 worth of gas from his 240-acre property — but paid him only $359 after taking deductions for transportation and processing. Brown, 59, who relies on the royalties as his sole source of income, says the deductions are outrageous and claims his lease forbids them.
- TSLABusiness Insider•12 hours ago
It should come as no surprise that the rise of electric vehicles has broad implications for the price of oil. Now, you'd think that as more of the cars on the road are powered by batteries rather than petrol, demand for oil will slide. And in the long-term, that maybe true.
- financeEthan Wolff-Mann•21 hours ago
Take Micheline Maynard, a journalist and author based in Boston, one of the millions of Wells Fargo victims. Unbeknownst to her, she said, that brief interaction with Wells Fargo had resulted in a $30,000 line of credit created in her name. When she was in the financing process of relocating to Boston