Mark Mills Wall Street Journal With oil prices nearing $30 a barrel, is the "new economy" in trouble thanks to old-economy troubles? Will oil prices fuel inflation, undermine consumer and business confidence and put a drain on capital? Will oil markets drag down the fortunes of high-tech companies?
Peter Huber and Mark Mills Los Angeles Times Anti-sprawl activists hide the resurgence of the continent's woodlands.
Mark P. Mills Public Utilities Reports – Fortnightly Magazine PCs didn't kill mainframes. Distributed generation won't erase large central stations.
Peter W. Huber and Mark Mills Forbes.com Southern California Edison, meet Amazon.com. Somewhere in America, a lump of coal is burned every time a book is ordered on-line.
Peter Huber and Mark Mills Forbes They were all wrong: the Malthusians, who immediately predicted the end of plenty. And the free-market types, too, who replied — only a shade less dolefully — that sharply rising prices would be the key to getting oil supplies back into balance with demand.