Tom Lewis didn’t need to worry about embarrassing himself in front of playing partner Tom Watson, the man he was named after, during the British Open’s first round.
English amateur Tom Lewis birdied four of the final five holes to tie Thomas Bjorn for the lead in the first round of the British Open.
Green Exchange International LLC , a unit of CME Group Inc.’s New York Mercantile Exchange, said the proposed U.S. climate law would limit trading because it includes price caps and floors.
Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland and Lucas Glover of the U.S. share a one-stroke lead at 4-under par after two rounds of golf’s British Open.
Five-time champion Tom Watson added to his list of memories at the British Open with a hole-in-one during today’s second round.
Following is the first-round leaderboard from golf’s British Open at Royal St. George’s in Sandwich, England. Par for the course is 70.
The U.K. coalition government led by David Cameron proposed a floor price for carbon and fewer giveaways of European Union emissions permits, according to an agreement between the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats.
Green Exchange LLC, the second- biggest emission exchange by open interest in European permits, will offer futures contracts for Californian carbon allowances starting Sept. 11.
Realty Income Corp. agreed to buy American Realty Capital Trust Inc. for $1.9 billion in stock, the second-largest acquisition of a U.S. real estate investment trust announced this year.
"This acquisition comprehensively advances Realty Income's strategic objectives of increasing its revenue generated by investment-grade tenants and further diversifying its portfolio outside of the retail industry."
- Tom Lewis on Sep 06, 2012