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  • Stocks, Oil Slide as Dow Erases 2014 Gains; Dollar Rises

  • Joule Funds Firms With $90 Million Power-Savings Pipeline

    Joule Assets Inc., a provider of funding for power-reduction projects, is financing 10 firms that have a combined potential pipeline of $90 million.

  • Technarians at the Gate: How Google Could Become Your Next Power Company

    The corporate campus of Vivint Inc., among North America’s largest home-automation companies, rises up on the outskirts of Provo, Utah, a handsome sprawl of glass and gleaming white metal set against the snow-capped Wasatch Mountains.

  • Sunchokes Roasting on an Open Fire: The Bedford Getaway

    One hour north of New York, there's a mushroom with your name on it.And a 6-foot-4 hobbit named Jeremy McMillan darting about the woods to fetch it for you.McMillan is executive chef of the Relais & Chateaux hotel/yoga studio/restaurant also known as the Bedford Post Inn, in Bedford Hills. On a late-autumn evening, Loot’s plate bore the fruit of his foraging -- not a mushroom, in this case, but a potato. Make that a sunchoke."What is a sunchoke, anyway? No one at our table can figure it out," I ask the chef, not waiting for the answer to devour it."It’s also called a Jerusalem artichoke," McMillan says with a smile. "It's the tuber of a type of sunflower, similar to but creamier than a potato. And the skin has an amazing truffle flavor. But it's a little briny, which is why I paired it with the monkfish."The monkfish-sunchoke number is delightful. But that’s not what’s striking. It’s McMillan's look-what-I-found wonderment that pervades the dishes, which are almost all wood-fired and displayed on either

  • Joule Energy-Efficiency Fund to Tap $900 Billion Market

    Joule Assets Inc., a provider of financing for power-reduction projects, created a $100 million fund for institutional investors to back projects that generate revenue by reducing electricity consumption.

  • S&P 500 Falls From Record Amid Economic Data After Fed

    The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index retreated from a record, set after the Federal Reserve’s decision to cut stimulus yesterday, as investors weighed economic data that included jobless claims and home sales.

  • Bargains Beckon Funds to Europe With S&P 500 Past Prime

    American mutual funds are scouring Europe for bargains, snapping up Dutch oil drillers, French drugmakers and Swiss food producers on speculation the region’s rally is just beginning as the U.S. bull market ages.

  • NQ Profit Beats Estimates as CEOs Plan Stock Purchase

    NQ Mobile Inc., the Chinese mobile- services provider that Muddy Waters LLC accused of inflating revenue, posted profit that beat estimates as sales of game software rose and said that management will buy $3 million worth of shares.

  • U.S. Stocks Drop as Banks Retreat, Factory Orders Trail Forecast

    U.S. stocks fell, following the best week in almost two years for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, as banks slumped and growth in factory orders trailed economists’ forecasts.

  • U.S. Stocks Advance as Jobless Rate Unexpectedly Slumps to 9%

    U.S. stocks rose, reversing losses and sending the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index to the highest level since June 2008, after the unemployment rate unexpectedly dropped and more companies beat earnings estimates.

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