Source: ThinkstockSolar energy adoption among large U.S. corporations has grown from a total installed base of 300 megawatts (MW) in 2012 to more than 1,000 MW this year. The total represents 16% of all non-residential and non-utility scale solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity in the country. Collectively these systems generate 1.5 million MWs a year, enough to power 193,000 homes and offset 1.1 million....More>>>
When employees change jobs they often leave their pension accounts behind at their old employer. Reasons include inertia and lack of knowledge about the options available to them. In too many cases these pension accounts become orphans and later zombies.
On your way out the door it’s all too easy to leave the pension decision for later. And too often later never comes. Left behind,....More>>>
Gazprom’s (OTCPK:OGZPY) (OTCQX:GZPFY) P/E ratio of 2.8 makes it worth a look to investors, and with a market cap of $45 billion and $180 billion in book value, which means that it owns $180 billion of it’s own immense pipeline and refining system and huge natural gas reserves. So to look at whether Gazprom is undervalued we must determine how sturdy those natural gas assets will be in....More>>>
Thor Industries (NYSE: THO) manufactures a wide range of recreational vehicles (“RVs”) in the United States and sells those vehicles primarily in the United States and Canada. The RV market is continuing to grow and evolve. Owing an RV used to connote being older or retired, but that is changing. RV parks are starting to accommodate this new, younger demographic by adding gyms and more....More>>>
In June 2014, the IRS seized $153,907.99 from Ken Quran’s bank account — his life savings — even though he did nothing wrong.
Now, after months of struggle, it looks like the North Carolina convenience store owner is finally going to get it back.
“We asked the IRS to do the right thing, and it did,” said Robert Everett Johnson, an attorney for the....More>>>