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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Dow Chemical
The Dow Chemical Company is a multinational corporation headquartered in Midland, Michigan, United States. As of 2007, it is the second largest chemical manufacturer in the world by revenue (after BASF) and as of February 2009, the third-largest chemical company in the world by market capitalization (after BASF and DuPont). - Source: Wikipedia
A new low in the “war on energy” was reached in recent weeks, when a handful of federal officials and a few short-sighted corporations, including Dow Chemical, joined forces to support new anti-gas policies that threaten our nation's energy-based economic recovery. Their plan: Cap liquefied natural gas exports and manipulate the domestic natural gas market for the short-term benefit of a handful of companies. Just yesterday, Utah-based Huntsman Corp. also announced it was joining this misguided effort.
On a day that brought both good and bad news about the economy, investors chose to see the glass as half-full.
One day after a face-to-face meeting with President Obama, a group of some of the nation's most powerful business leaders challenged Washington lawmakers not to wait until after the fall election to take action on immigration, tax reform and the government's fiscal woes.
Private intelligence firm Stratfor was paid by Coca-Cola to gauge the threat of Olympic protesters, provided Dow Chemical information on environmental activists, and sells what clients and subscribers consider some of the best geopolitical analysis that money can buy.
Investors sent U.S. stocks barreling to their highest levels of the year Thursday, buoyed by slivers of encouraging news about jobs and housing. At least for a day, they overlooked the lack of clarity about Greece's marathon negotiation for a bailout.
The chairman of London's 2012 Olympic organizing committee said Sunday that he is comfortable with having Dow Chemical participate as a sponsor of the games despite criticism over its links to a gas leak in India that killed thousands.