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New Jersey loses challenge against state-owned land for $1b pipeline

by Andrea Zander | Jun 30, 2021

The $1 billion PennEast pipeline project by PennEast Pipeline Co. may proceed after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Third Circuit Court of Appeal’s 2018 ruling that project developers couldn't seize New Jersey–owned land for the pipeline.
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Colony Capital and Digital Colony rebrand to DigitalBridge

by Released | Jun 8, 2021

Colony Capital has announced a corporate rebranding of the company to DigitalBridge, effective June 22. Digital Colony, the company’s digital infrastructure investment platform, will also change to operate under the DigitalBridge brand.
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CalSTRS revamps ExxonMobil’s board

by Kali Persall | May 27, 2021

At least two directors nominated by Engine No. 1, an investment firm purpose-built to create long-term value by driving positive impact through active ownership, and supported by the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS), were elected by shareholders to the ExxonMobil board at its annual shareholder meeting.
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Shareholders call for change at ExxonMobil

by Kali Persall | Feb 3, 2021

ExxonMobil has drawn criticism from shareholders such as the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS), in light of the oil and gas giant’s recent reported loss of $22 billion.
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Succeeding in business with Biden

by Michael Likosky | Feb 1, 2021

The election of President Joe Biden has touched off excitement, anticipation and advocacy tied to the large-scale federal infrastructure program on the way. However, this article, which is the first installment of a weekly column, has a very different focus.
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The three-screen fan: Why so many stadiums are racing to install 5G

by Mike Consol | Dec 8, 2020

Stadiums across the country are empty, thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Still, the temporary emptiness has not stopped stadium owners from investing on behalf of their fans, namely, in equipping their spaces with 5G technology in venues such as SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
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Five consequences of a Biden administration for U.S. energy

by Mike Consol | Nov 12, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden has promised U.S. voters a radically different energy policy compared with sitting President Donald Trump, one focused on boosting renewables to address the threat of climate change.
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