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The price of bitcoin fell 2% after China's state planner added bitcoin mining to a draft list of industrial activities it wants to ban.
PG&E shares plummet after flagging bankruptcy plan and possible $30 billion in liabilities from California fire fallout
PG&E's CEO resigned Sunday, and the company on Monday confirmed its plans to file for chapter 11 bankruptcy.
In a 20-year-old interview, Jeff Bezos said there’s a reason most startups have to move out of the garage — and it’s not because of ...
In 1998, writer Steve Homer conducted an interview with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who was visiting the United Kingdom the promote the UK version of his relatively new website, Amazon. Bezos provided some early insight into how the company grew.
A new study on the side effects of wind energy is almost begging to be misused by climate change deniers
Using wind power to generate the electricity the US needs could cause a surprising amount of local warming in the regions of the wind turbines. But they would still help the world stop pumping carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which would help fight climate change and global warming.
California is kicking its climate change fight into overdrive and several states are falling in line as the Trump administration moves in the opposite direction. The state will require all its electricity to come from carbon-free sources by 2045.
Trump’s new pollution rules would cause hundreds more people to die prematurely each year, compared to the Obama plan it’s designed to rep...
President Donald Trump's administration released its new plan to regulate carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants. According to an EPA analysis, Trump's new rules could cause up to 1,400 premature deaths annually.
The US has added more solar power than any other type of electricity in 2018 so far — more evidence of an energy revolution
According to a new report from the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the US solar market added 2.5 gigawatts of new capacity so far in 2018, up 13% from the first quarter of 2017.
For the first time, a US city has banned cryptocurrency mining after large-scale operations used up all its power
Cryptopcurrency mining used up all the power in Plattsburgh, New York.
North Korea will reportedly earn between $60,000 to $100,000 a month from selling some hydroelectric power to China.
I’ve started to mine cryptocurrency, and it’s surprisingly easy — but I’m still 8 months away from breaking even
It's the equivalent of looking for loose change on the sidewalk.