The American, American Enterprise Institute magazine We hear increasingly that technology is making today’s electric utility model ‘obsolete’ and will put its companies into a ‘death spiral.’ Is it possible that so much has changed so quickly?
RealClearEnergy Earlier this month Stanford University announced that its endowment would divest itself of any investments in companies "whose principal business is coal." … You do not have to have an opinion on global warming, or coal itself, to see a logic problem with the posture of eschewing companies that produce coal, but supporting companies that…
City Journal Silicon Valley innovators love to talk about “disruptive innovation,” the iconic phrase coined by Harvard’s Clayton Christensen. But today, the innovators’ dilemma—to borrow from Christensen again—is how best to confront disruptive regulation from Washington, D.C.
USA Today For all the coverage America's energy boom has gotten, there are still a lot of common assumptions about the oil and natural gas business that are flat out wrong.
Wall Street Journal, co-author Professor Don Howard, Notre Dame. In a few years "autonomous drive" could be as common and inexpensive for car buyers as "hybrid drive" is today.
Investors Business Daily Silicon Valley may get better press, but in this period of dismal employment growth it's the oft-maligned hydrocarbon sector that's creating more jobs faster.