March 10 (Reuters) - Duke Energy Corp said it would pay $146 million to settle a shareholder lawsuit related to the ouster of its chief executive following its merger with Progress Energy in 2012.
growth prospects. We do think you should keep [an eye on] [TICKER:SO] Southern Company (SO) and [TICKER:DUK] Duke Energy (DUK). Both are stalwart, longtime companies in very good regulatory jurisdictions [and yield over] 4%. They trade
during a depressed environment for coal generation, recent transactions indicate we might have reached the market trough. Duke Energy 's recent sale of its unregulated Ohio assets to Dynegy for $2.8 billion was significantly higher than our estimated
adjusted EBITDA guidance was lowered by $525 million, $325 million of which was due to the delay of the planned acquisition of Duke Energy Midwest generation assets and Energy Capital Partner assets. The transaction was delayed from its expected 2014 year-end
(Reuters) - Duke Energy Corp has agreed to pay a fine of about $102 million for environmental violations related to a power plant's coal ash spill into a North Carolina river last year and the company's management of coal ash basins in the state.
Feb 20 (Reuters) - Duke Energy Corp has agreed to pay a fine of about $102 million for environmental violations related to a power plant's coal ash spill into a North Carolina river last year and the...
Feb 18 (Reuters) - Duke Energy Corp said it could reach a settlement with the U.S. government in the "next several days" over a federal grand jury probe into a coal ash spill in North Carolina's Dan River last February.
Feb 18 (Reuters) - Duke Energy Corp , the largest U.S. power company by market value, reported an 86 percent fall in quarterly profit, hurt mainly by a tax charge to repatriate foreign earnings.
rating, and stable moat trend after Duke Energy reported full-year ongoing operating ..... estimate is at the high end of that range. Duke Energy announced plans to retain its international ..... plans for its remaining coal ash ponds. Duke Energy 's core regulated business performed
recently requested additional information for Dynegy’s planned acquisition of 6.1 GW of coal and gas generation from Duke Energy for $2.8 billion. The transaction also included the acquisition of 6.3 GW of generation from Energy Capital Partners