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The Wall Street Journal Professional Memberships and Events

The world's leading chief executives convene to deliberate public policy and business issues, following interviews led by The Wall Street Journal editors with top policymakers and subject experts.<br>https://ceocouncil.wsj.com/<p>D.LIVE, WSJ's premier technology conference assembles an elite group of …

Wall Street

ECO:nomics: The Lowering Costs of Solar Energy

Solar Power

Green Investing So Much Promise, So Little Return

At The Wall Street Journal's ECO:nomics conference, the talk was about all the innovations taking place in renewable energy— and about all the investors who are losing interest<p>Given all the interest in protecting the environment from mankind's rapid advance, you'd think this might be the best time …

Investing

The Experts: How the U.S. Oil Boom Will Change the Markets and Geopolitics

What does growing U.S. oil production mean for energy markets and geopolitics? The Wall Street Journal put this question to The Experts, an exclusive group of industry and thought leaders who engage in in-depth online discussions of topics from the print Report. This question relates to a recent …

Oil

Former Lawmakers Make Recommendations on Energy Policy — and Bipartisanship

After spending the last two years hammering out a bipartisan plan for America’s energy policy, some former congressional bigwigs are offering advice for colleagues still on the Hill: If we can compromise on energy policy, so can you. Passing a comprehensive energy bill would be the best way to …

The Emerging Threat to Oil Prices

It used to be said that when the U.S. sneezes, the world catches a cold. Decoupling supposedly changed all that and, for oil at least, it has: Despite America's economic malaise, oil prices have rebounded since 2009 on demand from China and elsewhere.<p>But what comes next—call it recoupling—presents …

Stock Markets

Gas: Coal's Worst Frenemy

You know things are bad when you start rooting for the enemy. For coal miners, it is that bad.<p>The latest kick in the teeth was Tuesday's announcement that Alpha Natural Resources is being booted out of the S&P 500. Slowing steel demand has dented appetites for metallurgical coal, of which Alpha is …

Natural Gas