The PUC approves a power contract for a pilot project off Maine, a key step after efforts were sidetracked.
The Connecticut company says its buyout offer is needed because Time Warner is losing customers, but Time Warner calls Charter’s offer ‘grossly inadequate.’
Toyota, the sales champion in 2012, will report its sales next week.
The nation’s second-wealthiest person called his purchase of the mill in 1965 one of his biggest blunders.
The project could set the stage for a new billion-dollar alternative energy industry for the state.
H. Ty Warner, 69, was sentenced Tuesday for hiding millions in Swiss bank accounts.
Meanwhile, the state sides with St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railway's claim that volumes are so low it’s losing money on the line.
It’s willing to make a cash-and-stock offer that could be worth up to $38 billion.
The yoga-inspired clothing company struggles to bounce back from a series of embarrassments.
The deal comes as the taste for bourbon continues to grow at home and abroad.