Archive for December, 2009

Stop threats if you want nuclear deal: Ahmadinejad

Saturday, December 19th, 2009


Iran is ready to strike a uranium enrichment deal if the United States and the West respect the Islamic Republic and stop making threats President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told AFP Friday Everything is possible 400 kilos 800 kilos it s nothing for enrichment abroad he said in a new gesture to try to end the nuclear standoff Duration 00 55

Vermont Yankee Files Power Price Deal

Friday, December 18th, 2009


The owner of Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant said a new 20-year power purchase agreement it s offering would be a 500 million boon to Vermont ratepayers but legislative leaders say the price isn t right

Vermont Yankee Expected To Reveal Extension Offer

Thursday, December 17th, 2009


The owner of Vermont s only nuclear power plant is expected to release an offer on what it will charge the state s utilities for power if the plant is allowed to continue operating after 2012

Iran Missile Test Raises Concern

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009


Iran on Wednesday test fired an upgraded version of an advanced missile capable of hitting Israel and parts of Europe an apparent show of strength aimed at discouraging attacks on its nuclear facilities

Bhalla Says Dubai Bailout Might Help Iran Sanctions: Video

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009


Dec 16 Bloomberg — Reva Bhalla director of geopolitical analysis at Stratfor a private intelligence company talks with Bloomberg s Margaret Brennan about the potential role of the bailout of Dubai World Ltd by Abu Dhabi in sanctions against Iran Bhalla also discusses Credit Suisse AG s agreement to pay 536 million to settle claims the bank helped process payments that let Iran and other nations avoid government sanctions and gain access to U S financial markets Source Bloomberg

Sean Corrigan Says Commodities `Running Out of Momentum’

Monday, December 14th, 2009


Dec 14 Bloomberg — Sean Corrigan chief investment strategist at Diapason Commodities Management SA talks with Bloomberg s Rishaad Salamat about the outlook for commodities Speaking in London Corrigan also discusses the impact on business of plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions

Sunday Insight 12/13/09

Sunday, December 13th, 2009


Is it the parents responsibility to feed their kids or is that up to the schools M P S eighth grade math scores among the poorest in the nation who is being held accountable but first it was a blizzard followed by numbing cold so of course the politicians were talking about global warming

French navy flagship back in action

Thursday, December 10th, 2009


It s been out of service since 2007 - now the flagship of France s navy the Charles de Gaulle is set to come back into full service The nuclear-powered ship France s only aircraft carrier has been conducting retraining exercises in the Mediterranean with pilots getting reacquainted with the catapult assisted take-off Duration 01 40

President receives Nobel Peace Prize

Thursday, December 10th, 2009


President receives Nobel Peace Prize

U.S. Nuclear Envoy Arrives in North Korea

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009


The U-S nuclear envoy is now in North Korea meeting with top diplomats for the communist country Stephen Bosworth is hoping to determine if the North will return to stalled international talks on ending North Korea s nuclear program Dec 8