News: Duke Energy Corp (DUK)
11 Jul 2014
Wed, Jun 25 2014
RALEIGH N.C. - North Carolina's state Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill calling for the closure of Duke Energy's 33 coal ash ponds in the state within 15 years, legislation spurred by a massive spill at a retired power plant earlier this year.
RALEIGH, N.C., June 25 - North Carolina's state Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill calling for the closure of Duke Energy's 33 coal ash ponds in the state within 15 years, legislation spurred by a massive spill at a retired power plant earlier this year.
May 22 - Duke Energy Corp has agreed to find and remove coal ash that a retired North Carolina power plant spilled into the Dan River, which provides drinking water to two towns in nearby Virginia, U.S. environmental regulators said on Thursday.
* Operating revenue from regulated utilities rises 14 pct (Adds comments from CEO, CFO, analyst; updates shares)
May 7 - Duke Energy Corp, the largest U.S. power company by market capitalization, swung to a quarterly loss after taking a $1.4 billion charge to write down the value of its Midwest commercial generation business.
- Exelon Corp said it would buy Pepco Holdings Inc for $6.83 billion, helping it overtake Duke Energy Corp as the biggest power distribution company in the United States.
* Offers to buy Pepco for $6.83 bln, or $27.25/share in cash
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April 15 - The California Public Employees' Retirement System and New York City Pension Funds have written to shareholders of Duke Energy Corp, urging them to vote against the re-election of four directors.
RALEIGH, N.C., March 26 - Duke Energy Corp said on Wednesday it will move coal ash from three plants and speed up the closure of an additional basin as the company comes under increased scrutiny after a massive spill in North Carolina contaminated a river used for drinking water.
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