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  • Biogenesis Founder Bosch Charged With Steroid Conspiracy

  • UBS Names Ex-U.S. Senator Mitchell to Advisory Council

    UBS AG, Switzerland’s biggest bank, named former U.S. Senator George Mitchell chairman of a new advisory council for the firm’s business in the Americas.

  • Hillary Clinton Keeps Obama Close While Citing Policy Gap

    In her latest memoir, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton distances herself from President Barack Obama on foreign policy while characterizing their personal relationship as close.

  • Mitchell Resigns as Middle East Envoy After Two Years of Shuttle Diplomacy

    George Mitchell , the special U.S. envoy to the Middle East, has resigned, President Barack Obama announced today.

  • Mitchell to Meet Arab Leaders After Separate Talks With Abbas, Netanyahu

    U.S. envoy George Mitchell said he will consult with a range of Middle East leaders in the coming week after shuttling between Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu .

  • Ex-U.S. Senator Mitchell Is Named Penn State Integrity Monitor

    George Mitchell, the former U.S. Senator who in 2007 concluded a 20-month investigation into performance-enhancing drug use in Major League Baseball, has been appointed as the independent Athletics Integrity Monitor at Pennsylvania State University.

  • Shale Gas Costing 2/3 Less Than OPEC Oil Incites Water Concern

    When Victoria Switzer awoke on a cold night in March, her dog was staring out the window at the flame roaring from a natural-gas-drilling rig 2,000 feet behind her house. She remembers trees silhouetted in a demonic dance as the plume burned off gas that had been building up under her land.

  • Shale Game

    Natural gas trapped in bands of rock may deliver abundant energy and billions in profits. Companies and environmentalists are clashing as the world rushes to drill.

  • Shale Game

    By John Lippert July, 2010 (Bloomberg Markets) -- Natural gas trapped in bands of rock may deliver abundant energy and billions in profits. Companies and environmentalists are clashing as the world rushes to drill. When Victoria Switzer awoke on a cold night in March, her dog was staring out the window at the flame roaring from a natural- gas-drilling rig 2,000 feet behind her house. She remembers trees silhouetted in a demonic dance as the plume burned off gas that had been building up under her land. She discovered later that such flaring can occur when Cabot Oil & Gas Corp . and dozens more companies drill for gas trapped in shale rock. The deposits, stretching from Texas to New York, and as far away as Australia and China, represent what may be the biggest energy bonanza in decades -- one that Switzer, 57, recalls thinking the Earth isn’t surrendering without a fight, Bloomberg Markets reports in its July issue.

  • Mitchell to Return to Mideast; Palestinians Prepare for `Endgame'

    U.S. envoy George Mitchell returns to mediate a second round of Middle East talks this week after Israel said it is through making gestures and a Palestinian negotiator said he’s ready for the “endgame.”

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