Andreas Boquist

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Kinder Morgan Deal Ushers In A Golden Age Of MLP Investing

<i>The Great American Oil & Gas Boom requires thousands of miles of new pipelines. That’s why Greg Reid of Salient Partners thinks the next decade should be the golden years of energy infrastructure investing.</i><p>A couple days now after Rich Kinder announced his $70 billion consolidation, the MLP sector …

SeaWorld stock gets soaked, plunges 33%

SeaWorld isn't having a whale of a good time these days.<p>Shares of the theme park operator plunged nearly 33% Wednesday after it reported weak earnings and lackluster attendance for the year, especially at its flagship destination theme parks in San Diego and Orlando.<p>SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS) …

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Is our Sun falling silent?

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N.J. mayor: Christie's staff held Sandy relief funds hostage

The accusation is yet another black mark on Christie, who is engulfed in a growing traffic-jam scandal.<p>The mayor of Hoboken, N.J., says she was told by top officials in Gov. Chris Christie's administration that she would have to go along with a private development project the governor wanted in …

Zapier Opens Its Developer Platform, Gives The Everyday Joe A Way To Connect APIs

Zapier, a platform for connecting apps to automate tasks, has been constrained to some extent by the limitations for integrating third-party services. That has changed with Zapier’s update to its developer platform that the company announced this week.<p>The change is noteworthy for, if nothing else, …

Basenji, dingo genomes shake up dog evolution

Dogs and wolves evolved from a common ancestor between 9,000 and 34,000 years ago, before humans transitioned to agricultural societies, according to …

Subpoenas hit Christie aides, office

New Jersey lawmakers have subpoenaed several of Gov. Chris Christie’s senior aides — and issued broad subpoenas for the governor’s office and campaign overall — as they press forward with their investigation of the George Washington Bridge traffic scandal.<p>The targets of 20 subpoenas were announced …

Alfa Back to U.S. in 2015 with All-New Cars, Marchionne Says This Time

FIat Group CEO Sergio Marchionne has further delayed Alfa Romeo’s reintroduction to the U.S. market.<p>What a good complement comedian David Cross makes to any discussion of Alfa Romeo. “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me,” he rants. “Fool me three times . . . well, that’d be me …

Dropbox Closes Roughly $250M Round At $10B Valuation, WSJ Says

Dropbox has raised a massive $250 million funding round, valuing the company at $10 billion according to the Wall Street Journal. The new funding round is led by a BlackRock fund, according to the WSJ, which cites “two people familiar with the deal” as the source of the report.<p>This is actually the …

The Top 30 PlayStation 3 Games of 2014

PS4 is here, but the PS3 won't go down without a fight!<p>We've already gone through our Top 30 Games of 2014 for PS4 and Vita, but we figured we'd …

Hersheys to create 3D chocolate printer

Hersheys is to partner with 3D systems to create a 3D printer for creating chocolate and other edible products<p>The US chocolate manufacturer did not reveal the cost of the deal or if and when the printed products will be available to consumers.<p>Three-dimensional chocolate products are created by …

3D Printing

Why Eton, Britain's 574-Year-Old High School, Is Embracing Ed Tech

"It would be very foolish of us to bury our heads in the sand and assume that education in schools will carry on in the traditional way,” says Eton's head of IT.<p>What does a nearly six-century-old private school that charges $54,000 a year in tuition do when confronted with start-ups with bright …

Why Ancient Earth Was So Warm

Greenhouse gases in the atmosphere kept the planet toasty, model shows.<p><b>Some three to four billion years ago, Earth was about as warm as it is today, but the sun was much dimmer.</b><p>This so-called faint young sun paradox, first identified by astronomer Carl Sagan in the early 1970s, has flummoxed many a …