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Forrest takes the floor

FMG’s famed founder and leader speaks about why the best is yet to come Philanthropist, protagonist, pioneer and plenty of other labels have been bestowed upon Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest. He’s CEO and, effective July 18 Chairman of the iron ore industry-piloting Fortescue Metals Group (ASX: F… Read More

Global Wind Day: Celebrating clean energy, new jobs, and a brighter future

Wind is providing clean, affordable and safe energy in every Canadian province, enough to power more than 1.2 million homes On June 15, thousands of people in more than 30 countries around the world will hold events to celebrate wind energy and its environmental, social and economic benefits during… Read More

gTLD expansion: what your business needs to know

By: William D. Schultz Business leaders take note: the largest expansion of generic top level domain names (gTLDs) to date is about to hit the Internet. The Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is in the final stages of opening top-level domain name strings to the public. Tho… Read More

Malaysia’s oil and gas: one to watch?

Malaysia’s state-owned oil and gas firm, Petroliam Nasional Bhd, has reported a higher annual net profit helped by price increases and partly offset by a rising local currency against the U.S. dollar. Petronas—as it is commonly known—is the country’s only Fortune 500 company and its most p… Read More

Restoring confidence in nuclear energy: After Japan

March 11’s natural disaster in Japan fundamentally changed the way people view the importance of nuclear as part of the world’s energy equation. While nuclear energy has for decades been relied on as a sustainable source for energy around the world, Japan’s events and subsequent issues at the… Read More

Gasland: From the revelatory to the ridiculous

Depending on how your indignation is sparked, it might have been the flickering spectacle of animals losing their fur, people sitting in dimly lit homes—scared of drinking water from their taps, or the very idea that America’s heartland could be shredded by extensive and apparently ill-regulate… Read More