PG&E fined $4 million in deaths of 84 people in 2018 fire

Pacific Gas & Electric on Thursday was fined $4 million for the deaths of 84 people killed in a nightmarish Northern California wildfire ignited by its long-neglected electrical grid. The sentencing comes as the nation's largest utility prepares to end a 17-month bankruptcy proceeding triggered by the catastrophe.

PG&E Corp preparing $11 billion debt financing: investor

 California utility PG&E Corp is preparing an $11 billion debt-financing package as it prepares to exit from its bankruptcy, an investor involved with the company's funding plan said on Friday, sending its shares up more than 12 percent

PG&E critics urge judge to reject utility's bankruptcy plan

Pacific Gas & Electric's proposal to pay $25.5 billion for a series of deadly Northern California wildfires ignited by its equipment faced a final barrage of resistance from critics Thursday, who told a federal judge that the plan will do more to enrich savvy investors than help fire victims rebuild their lives.

PG&E CEO Bill Johnson stepping down in June

Johnson joined the nation's largest utility in April 2019 as it sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection due to roughly $30 billion in liabilities from wildfires started by its equipment.