"So we are getting out, but we will start to negotiate and we will see if we can make a deal, and if we can, that’s great. And if we can’t, that’s fine," Trump said Thursday.
The appeals from Tesla's CEO, as well as Tim Cook of Apple and Dow Chemical Co.’s Andrew Liveris come as Trump’s advisers present him with closing arguments on the risks and rewards of remaining a party to the global pact.
Population growth and a desire for higher living standards will increase usage of petroleum-derived fuels, especially for transportation, because there are few widely-available alternatives, said Exxon Mobil Corp. CEO Darren Woods.
Research from Bloomberg New Energy Finance indicates that falling battery costs will mean electric vehicles will be cheaper to buy in the U.S. and Europe as soon as 2025.
The case threatens to upend the American solar market and has drawn vociferous opposition from the industry’s leading trade group.
The shareholder move seeks to push Exxon to publish an annual assessment on how the 2 degree Celsius global warming reduction target set by the Paris Agreement will affect its portfolio long term.
People who own or lease more than 705,000 GM Duramax diesel trucks filed a class-action lawsuit on May 25, claiming GM installed multiple such devices in two models of heavy-duty trucks from 2011 to 2016.
The EPA alleges that nearly 104,000 vehicles with 3.0 liter EcoDiesel engines were equipped with software “defeat devices” that caused the vehicles’ emission control systems to perform differently, and less effectively, during...
A suit would mark an escalation of the U.S. government’s months-long inquiry and could expose Fiat Chrysler to significant penalties.