A survey from ad agency Y&R claims to measure deep-seated emotions. It suggests that brands you mightn't imagine -- yes, like Facebook -- enjoy far more inner-affection than Apple and Google.
During Tuesday, Apple and Exxon Mobil leapfrogged one another for the title of the most valuable publicly traded company.
After yesterday's dramatic back and forth between Apple and Exxon Mobil for the title of the biggest market capitalization, Apple has closed out the trading day with a healthy lead.
Researchers from Exxon and partner Synthetic Genomics plan to use the facility to test whether large-scale quantities of affordable fuel can be produced from algae.
The petro-giant all by itself dwarfs whole renewable energy field.
In a first, the CEO of the oil giant calls for a carbon tax, rather than a cap and trade. Meanwhile, small solar start-ups HelioVolt and Spectrawatt hit hurdles.
Apple's trading bump this morning managed to stick around, propelling shares to a new record close.
Exxon Mobil's market capitalization today exceeded Apple's, allowing the company to regain the spot it lost to Apple.
The iPhone and iPad maker is now in sixth place, jumping from its previous rank of 17 last year. And Facebook cracks the Fortune 500 for the first time.
A tiny error allows PR executive to feel richer than, well, PayPal.