Edison International faces a regulatory battle over who will pay for about $3.4 billion of costs related to the decision to retire the San Onofre nuclear plant amid a record number of U.S. nuclear closures.
Jones Day said it added two new partners, Alejandro Chico and Antonio Gonzalez, to its Mexico City office, marking the fifth new hire for the office this year and bringing the total number of lawyers there to 37.
David Greiner, a Buick-GMC dealer in the Mojave Desert town of Victorville, California, keeps a Securities and Exchange Commission complaint in his desk, with passages underlined in black pen and notes scribbled in the margins, ready to pick apart the case when anyone asks.
Joplin, Missouri, where 161 people were killed in the deadliest single U.S. tornado in almost 60 years, is joining hurricane-ravaged East Coast towns borrowing to rebuild while municipal yields are near generational lows.
Long Beach, the Long Island shore town still reeling almost six months after Hurricane Sandy, is poised to be the first New York city in three years to get permission to sell debt to fill a spending gap.