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Atlantic Power Corporation Appoints Terrence Ronan as Chief Financial Officer
BOSTON, July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Atlantic Power Corporation (NYSE: AT) (TSX: ATP) ("Atlantic Power" or the "Company") today announced that Terrence ("Terry") Ronan has been appointed Executive Vice President - Chief Financial Officer, effective ...
Atlantic Power Appoints Terrence Ronan As EVP, CFO - Quick Facts  RTT News
More than 1.2 million customers lack power amid unrelenting heat
Cities and towns in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast have already endured temperatures in the high 90s and above 100 degrees since, in some cases, the middle of last week.
What We Learn When the Lights Go Out, #1
Lots of thoughts rolling in about the ongoing blackout in Washington DC and what it shows us -- about climate change and weather trends, about resiliency on the individual and social levels, about overhead versus underground electric lines, about ...
Gridlock: Storms, Blackouts Expose Power Problems
As hundreds of thousands swelter without power a week after a violent storm pummeled the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic, energy experts say the future will look even worse if the nation's aging, congested electrical grid isn't upgraded.
Forget Murdoch: British Journalism Is Still Great
The scandals at News Corporation have dominated coverage of the British media for months -- understandably, given the acts themselves and the unfolding consequences for Rupert Murdoch's empire.
A New 'Master Teacher Corps'?
So, at what point does the old rulebook become obsolete? This post also appears at The Educated Reporter, an Atlantic partner site.
Hundreds of millions left in the dark, but phones keep ringing in India
WNS operates call service facilities for the STAR Alliance network of airlines, T-Mobile, Virgin Atlantic, and more out of Dehli, where the blackout took place.
India Sweltering During Major Power Outage
Massive blackout leaves 620 million in India without power  CTV News
Chicago's power shortage at Exelon
The boardroom coup that followed Duke Energy Corp.'s merger with Progress Energy ... The balance of power on Exelon's board tipped decisively toward the mid-Atlantic when four former Constellation directors took seats alongside six from Pennsylvania.
Forget the NRA, We Need a Free-Speech Association
But in his capacity as a public official, he doesn't exactly have rights; he has power -- limited by the rights of the people.
Heat wave 2012 culprit? That pesky Atlantic oscillation
The stretch of brow-wiping weather has proved historic, shattering thousands of heat records since June, and leaving parts of the Washington, D.C.