Jun 1, 2023, 3:59 PM EDT
Bosses pay workers to move closer to offices
CEOs want employees back in the office to improve company culture and productivity. Many companies are paying huge sums to help new-hires to make the journey.
UN secretary-general says 'Big Oil' peddles 'big lie,' should be 'held to account' like tobacco
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres accused the fossil fuel industry of participating in a "big lie" to cover up oil's connection to climate change.
Where to invest your money in 2023 after rough year-end in the markets
University of San Diego finance professor Dan Roccato shared some market insights and investing tips for the New Year of 2023 on "Fox & Friends" on Monday.
Chevron CEO denies Biden oil lease claim, details practical energy policy
Chevron Chairman and CEO Mike Wirth argued U.S. energy needs to be "affordable, reliable and cleaner" to boost economic prosperity and national security.
After key changes at Disney and Exxon, anti-woke investor eyes 'toxic' Home Depot, Chevron
Strive Asset Management Executive Chairman Vivek Ramaswamy is looking to roll back "toxic" energy and racial policies at Chevron and Home Depot, respectively.
Biden admin set to impose another rule on US oil and gas while courting Venezuelan oil
President Biden's Department of the Interior proposed rules to reduce methane leaks on public lands and charge fees for flaring that exceeds those limits.
White House defends easing oil sanctions on Venezuela, says ‘plenty of opportunities' to drill in US
NSC Strategic Communication Coordinator John Kirby defended the White House easing sanctions on Venezuela, downplaying that it was at the expense of U.S. oil companies.
US Treasury authorizes Chevron to expand oil pumping in Venezuela
The U.S. government has awarded Chevron Corp. an expanded license to import oil from Venezuela following talks between the socialist Maduro regime and opposition leaders.
US expected to give Chevron approval to expand Venezuela oil operations
The U.S. may be on the verge of giving Chevron Corp. permission to expand its oil operations in Venezuela, provided talks can resume with the opposition.
Amazon driver seen throwing hot water on Phoenix convenience store worker
A former Amazon worker allegedly threw hot water at a convenience store in Arizona after the driver allegedly left the store without paying for her soda.