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12 hrs ago | Business Journal
After the 2011 announcement that Exxon Mobil Corp. would move its headquarters to north Houston near the Woodlands, Magnolia, Texas-based Gracepoint began purchasing additional properties in the area within five miles of the new campus.
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19 hrs ago | Lincoln Daily News
Royal Dutch Shell will cut spending by a fifth and lay off staff at its American exploration and production business, the company said on Thursday, in another sign that oil majors are struggling to profit from the booming U.S. shale sector.
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Scott Clapham peers down into a cavernous dry dock at the Aker Philadelphia Shipyard.
ExxonMobil Chemical will build the world's largest hydrogenated tackifier plant at its recently expanded petrochemical complex in Singapore.
In early trading on Thursday, shares of Boeing topped the list of the day's best performing Dow Jones Industrial Average components, trading up 0.7%.
I look at historic data for sales, earnings, book value, dividends, and shares outstanding over the past fifteen years at Exxon Mobil.
A rendering of the Springwoods Village Town Center, where Woodbine Development plans to develop a full-service hotel, in addition to three select-service hotels it's planning for the community.
Irene Peterson, a pre-kindergarten aide at St. Peter-St Paul's School in New Brighton, never imagined that her early-morning ritual would result in a grant for her school.
One of the big question hanging over the oil and gas industry right now is whether the hydraulic fracturing or shale boom enjoyed by the United States can be replicated abroad.
Colorado Shea Properties is planning to develop a mixed-use tower at 999 17th St. in Denver.
Exxon Mobil has sought permission from regulators to restart a Texas stretch of the Pegasus oil pipeline that it says was not affected by a line rupture in Arkansas in March 2013.
The cost of developing the world's largest oil and natural gas fields has reached heights straining the budgets of even the largest oil companies.
Exxon Mobil raised its quarterly dividend 10.5% to 63 cents a share Wednesday, but Dow Jones Indices senior index analyst Howard Silverblatt says the company's annual of $11.3 billion will still be hair below that of Apple, which hiked its own dividend Tuesday.
Exxon Mobil had a pretty rotten week. On March 5, it announced that it would reduce capital expenditures this year after having "peaked" in 2013.
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