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Corporations from around the world are beginning to pledge financial support to help relief efforts in Japan.
The Wall Street Journal announces its choices for the top 10 venture-backed clean-tech companies in the United States.
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Company is venturing into smart grid technology in a big way in Charlotte.
Businesses in the region are looking for alternate suppliers to prevent prices from rising and profits from narrowing as Japan recovers from disaster.
Government agencies, businesses and nonprofit organizations around the world are preparing to help Japan recover from the massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami.
Six of the founders and investors behind the hot Internet start-up made the annual list compiled by Forbes — and four of them are new to the roster.
The companies will sell Starbucks coffee and Tazo teas pods for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc.'s popular Keurig starting this autumn.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced a $32 million investment to create four new Clean Air Research Centers.
Some Millennials are shunning the office and instead turning to traditional farming.
Swedish company develops a green procedure that involves freeze drying a body and returning it to the soil without chemicals.
Coca-Cola Enterprises and ECO Plastics have entered a new joint venture to build a new recycling facility in Great Britain.
The company has made plenty of eco-friendly changes during its first four decades.
On Jan. 1, Subway had 33,749 stores across the globe, surpassing McDonald's 32,737 outlets.
Food prices have soared as consumers in emerging economies have grown richer and erratic climate conditions have hurt supplies.
AT&T's energy efficiency upgrades saved the company $44 million in 2010 alone.
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