Air Liquide has signed a record 52 new spot gas production contracts for its Industrial Trader business line in 2022.

Regulatory News: Air Liquide (Paris: AI) signed 52 new long-term spot contracts for its Industrial Merchant business line in 2022, following a record number of 48 new contracts in 2021 and continuous progress for more than five years. On-site generation solutions are a competitive and environmentally friendly solution for customers who need a local and … Read more

Air Liquide has signed a record 52 new spot gas production contracts for its Industrial Trader business line in 2022.

Regulatory News: Air Liquide (Paris: AI) signed 52 new long-term spot contracts for its Industrial Merchant business line in 2022, following a record number of 48 new contracts in 2021 and continuous progress for more than five years. On-site generation solutions are a competitive and environmentally friendly solution for customers who need a local and … Read more

US House says businesses ‘fed up’ with Washington, calls for action on permits, immigration, trade

The head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce criticized the federal government on Thursday for what she described as its polarization, overreach and failure to act strategically, as she also called for action in areas such as enabling reforms, immigration and trade. “Business demands better from our government because when it comes to Washington, the … Read more

Opinion: How big tech’s entry into healthcare can make you money

CES 2023 marked a “Back to Normal” for the annual tech event. With more than 100,000 back in Las Vegas, it felt like the CES of yesteryear, but for healthcare and digital health technology, everything was new. With several megatrends taking the spotlight at this year’s show, including automotive, devices and the metaverse, healthcare-focused tech … Read more

Americans are lonelier than ever — and it’s bad for your health

“Happy Thanksgiving. “Merry Christmas. “Happy New Year. We are forced to think that the holidays that are soon to begin are meant to be joyous times with family and friends. TV shows, commercials, holiday music and everything in between. But that’s not necessarily true in a country where more people are alone than ever before. … Read more

Health experts alarmed by President Biden’s view that pandemic is over: ‘Hell no – not even close’

Health experts reacted with dismay Monday to President Joe Biden’s claim that the pandemic is over in an interview with “60 Minutes” that aired Sunday. “We still have a problem with COVID. We are still working on it a lot. … But the pandemic is over,” Biden told CBS News correspondent Scott Pelley. “If you … Read more

Should your small business get a loan to cover the rising costs of inflation? This may help you decide.

Small business owners have spent years trying to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and now inflation has thrown a wrench in the recovery’s progress. Four in five businesses report that rising prices have had a significant impact on their operations, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Index for the … Read more

I am 62, single and have never had a retirement account. I have $100,000 to invest, but is it too late?

I am a 62 year old single male and have never had a retirement account. I own both my home and a rental property that are paid off and have no other liabilities. I have $100,000 in savings that I would like to invest for retirement. At my current job I save $10,000 a month … Read more

This investment strategy acts on 18 trends to reduce your risk when the stock market is volatile

Managed futures strategies can be useful for investors during times of economic uncertainty. The strategies seek to take advantage of price trends – up or down – and produce positive returns that offset declines elsewhere. Having some money dedicated to a managed futures strategy can reduce overall portfolio risk and potentially prevent an investor from … Read more

Opinion: The NCAA has only itself to blame for the slow death facing college sports

The combination of the NIL, the transfer window and the growing dominance of several athletic conferences is a game-changer. Taken to its logical conclusion, this professionalization of college sports will slowly destroy the college football and basketball programs at many universities. It would also end the other sports at those same universities, both men’s and … Read more