Wind of Political Change Blowing in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta?
Next year’s political elections could bring major change to Argentina’s oil- and natural gas-rich Vaca Muerta — and companies with operations in the shale formation should pay close attention.
Mark P. Jones December 8, 2022
How Mark Cuban's Prescription Drug Disruption Could Save Lives
Drug companies that bypass distributors and offer generics directly to patients, like the Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company, could disrupt the pharmaceutical supply chain and ultimately save thousands of lives.
Hagop M. Kantarjian November 29, 2022
Why Fixing Methane Leaks From the Oil and Gas Industry Can be a Climate Game-changer – One That Pays for Itself
What’s the cheapest, quickest way to reduce climate change without roiling the economy? In the United States, it may be by reducing methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.
Jim Krane November 17, 2022
317,793 people were arrested for marijuana possession in 2020 despite the growing legalization movement
More than 300,000 people were arrested for cannabis possession in 2020, FBI records show. Meanwhile, the drug is being legal…
Katharine Neill Harris November 16, 2022
Biden’s National Security (Sort of) Strategy
After a delay, the Joe Biden administration has issued its National Security Strategy (NSS), a summary of the administration’s foreign policy approach. Fellow Joe Barnes discusses the usefulness and implications of the NSS in this commentary.
Joe Barnes October 26, 2022
Who’s To Blame For Exorbitant Natural Gas Prices In Europe? Hint: Maybe Not Who You Think.
Who is benefiting from Europe's skyrocketing natural gas prices? "Middle men” companies who buy natural gas or LNG in the U.S and sell LNG in Europe are receiving the windfall, write fellows Steven Miles and Anna Mikulska.
Steven R. Miles, Anna Mikulska October 26, 2022
The Fed Will Continue to Raise Interest Rates. But How High Will They Go?
The Federal Reserve’s interest rate policy is a major source of uncertainty for market participants. Already, the stock…
John W. Diamond October 13, 2022
Why Putin is Doubling Down in Ukraine
Russia is losing the war in Ukraine, and Russian President Vladimir Putin, faced with this truth, has decided to double down on his efforts. Fellow Joe Barnes explains how Putin has boxed himself into a corner — and why this makes him so dangerous.
Joe Barnes October 11, 2022