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A startup pays people around the world to log prices in their local stores each day, offering a real-time way to track how economies are doing.
Attacks on the wisdom of loan guarantees could restrict nuclear reactor construction in most states.
But some consumers, concerned about rising prices and privacy, would rather their electricity meters stayed dumb.
Obama’s proposed rules are likely to spur investment in clean energy, but that may not increase jobs in the long term.
Electricity prices will increase, but your bill could actually come down.
Software lets citizens snap and geographically tag urban blight.
Startups say reduced mandates for oil companies make it difficult to finance biorefineries.
The government can do little to stop digital leaks–but it could do a better job tracking the source.
China isn’t the only place where Google faces tough choices.