Oil Companies Win, Natural Gas Companies Lose as U.S. Economy Improves

Oil Companies Win, Natural Gas Companies Lose as U.S. Economy Improves

Oil Companies‘ prices rose strongly this week, exceeding $100 per barrel for the first time in 2014. The markets closed at $99.88 on Friday. Temporary refinery closings, falling unemployment, and increased use of oil for heating are the main reasons. Meanwhile Natural gas lost business due to high prices. Starting in February, refineries will temporarily […]

Twitter Stock Plummets Despite Revenue Growth

Twitter Stock Plummets Despite Revenue Growth

Twitter’s stock plummeted by over 19 percent, even as the company’s revenue continued to rise. The drop follows reports of slow growth during last year’s fourth quarter. The drop occurred in pre-market trade on Thursday, after the company reported an apparent trend toward maturity. This is the first time Twitter has released financial results since […]

Pascal Simbikangwa Other Rwandans Charged With War Crimes By French Courts

Pascal Simbikangwa Other Rwandans Charged With War Crimes By French Courts

France is opening charges against Pascal Simbikangwa and other Rwandans accused of war crimes in its courts. The court alleges former intelligence chief Simbikangwa (pictured) with crimes against humanity. He is accused of orchestrating the 1994 genocide that claimed the lives of 800,000 Rwandans. One of the main charges against Simbikangwa is that he whipped up tribal hatred […]

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