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Oil prices ticked higher, recovering some of Tuesday's losses suffered in the last few hours of volatile trading after the New Year holiday.
Tesla Narrowly Misses 80,000-Vehicle Sales Goal in 2016
Tesla's fourth-quarter sales rose 27%-but not enough for the Silicon Valley auto maker to reach its goal of delivering at least 80,000 vehicles in 2016.
KKR to Buy SM Energy's South Texas Assets for $800 Million
SM Energy said it reached an agreement with a subsidiary of Venado Oil and Gas, LLC, an affiliate of KKR & Co., to sell the company's third party operated assets in the Eagle Ford drilling region in south Texas for $800 million.
Shell Seeks to Streamline in 2017
Shell helped sell investors on its $50 billion acquisition of BG Group by promising to unload $30 billion in assets. Executing these asset sales has become crucial for retaining shareholder confidence and reducing the company's mountain of debt.
Natural-Gas Producer EQT Corp. Is Urged to Pursue Merger With Rivals
An investor is urging natural-gas producer EQT Corp. to pursue a merger with rivals Antero Resources Corp. or Range Resources Corp. to create a stronger player in the shale regions of the northeast U.S.
Samson Resources Close to a Deal
Samson Resources has given junior creditors until Friday to stand down from a bankruptcy-court confrontation over the oil-and-gas company's future.
Marathon Petroleum to Accelerate Asset Drop-Down
Marathon Petroleum announced plans to accelerate drop-down deals and conduct a strategic review of its speedway assets, months after hedge fund Elliott Management raised concerns with the energy company.
Oil Firms That Sold Shares During Collapse Are Now Riding High
Energy companies that sold shares in the last two years to survive the vicious collapse in oil prices finished on top in 2016.
Oil Prices Have a Slippery Path Upward
After more than two years of a crude glut that drove prices to decade lows, analysts and industry executives see supply and demand of oil rebalancing next year.
Cyberattacks Raise Alarm for U.S. Power Grid
Experts believe Russian hackers linked to the DNC breach are also behind attacks on utilities in Ukraine and U.S., leaving domestic power grid exposed.
How a U.S. Utility Got Hacked
Michigan utility paid $25,000 ransom to get back into its systems after hackers from overseas took over its computers
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January 04, 2017 07:15 ET (12:15 GMT)
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