Granholm Sworn In as Energy Secretary

Jennifer M. Granholm on Thursday became the second woman to lead the Department of Energy, an agency with a key role in creating a greener economy under the Biden administration.

AT&T Carves Out Pay-TV Business in Deal With TPG

AT&T agreed to sell a stake in its pay-TV unit to private-equity firm TPG and carve out the struggling business, pulling the telecom giant back from a costly wager on entertainment.

Beyond Meat Signs Supply Deals With McDonald’s, Yum

Partnerships with fast-food giants are set to take meat alternatives further into the dining mainstream.

Banks And Investors Are Still Pouring Billions Into Coal Companies

Jennifer Granholm is confirmed as energy secretary.

Texas Is a Rich State in a Rich Country, and Look What Happened

Why the people who worry the most about climate change vote in the smallest numbers

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National Grid Renewables begins construction of 200 MW Illinois Prairie Wolf Solar Project

Los Angeles is Looking Into Clean Energy, But is it Enough?

Jennifer Granholm is confirmed as energy secretary.

Ms. Granholm will oversee an agency that plays a leading role in researching and developing new energy technologies.