Stephanie McCann and Samantha Koplik of McDermott Will & Emery LLP highlight financing strategies and issues arising in health care financings in a complex economic landscape.
Exxon Mobil Corp. shareholders on Wednesday supported the company's energy transition plans, voting against all proposals from activist investors for additional reports or action on climate, including methane measurement, Scope 3 targets and a stronger oil-spill response plan to Guyana.
Chemical maker LyondellBasell Industries said on Wednesday that it plans to delay its refining business exit from year-end 2023 to no later than the end of the first quarter 2025.
U.S. domestic banks reported a widespread tightening of lending standards by the end of the first quarter of 2023 - even before the full impact of the regional banking crisis had been felt.
Japan's wind power body has set a mid-century goal to increase capacity to 140 gigawatts (GW) from less than 5 GW now, it said on Monday, to meet a third of the country's electricity demand and help it to hit its 2050 carbon neutrality target.
Norway's $1.4 trillion wealth fund, the world's single largest stock market investor, said on Friday it would vote against CEOs at oil majors Chevron and ExxonMobil and also vote against management on several emissions-related proposals.
The International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday its executive board completed the first reviews of Rwanda's loan program under the Resilience and Sustainability Facility and an accompanying policy program, allowing for an immediate, $98.6 million disbursement.
By Emma Farge GENEVA (Reuters) - Negotiations on new rules for dealing with pandemics are underway at the World Health Organization (WHO), with a target date of May 2024 for a legally binding agreement to be adopted by the U.N. health agency's 194 member countries. A new pact is a priority for WHO ...
Ethiopia will launch a tender for a second international telecoms licence in June, the industry regulator said on Monday, as the Horn of Africa nation seeks to expand the sector.
Europe's business jet sector is putting its greenest foot forward at its flagship annual conference this week as it faces a downturn in flights on the back of commercial aviation's rebound and growing pressure to become more sustainable.