Rising interest rates and low inventory have slowed the housing market, causing lumber prices to plummet.
Some of oil’s biggest players are paying the price for backing out of Russia.
Remember the good old days (a year ago) when gas was under $3?
Experts say Tesla’s Berlin factory would double the local region’s water needs.
Gas prices are reaching record highs, and analysts aren’t sure how to fix it.
San Fran’s got some grand (translation: expensive) plans for its garbage cans.
The latest supply shock: paint, which is seeing its highest prices since 2009.
Plus: Coin shortages, hot air balloons, and Afghanistan’s mineral deposits.
People are spending serious cash on giant crystals, like a $45k amethyst throne and a $125k coffee table.
After losing a shareholder vote, ExxonMobil now has 2 green-friendly directors on its board who will push for carbon reduction.
Treating sewage is a cost-effective way to make tap water. But can Americans get over the yuck factor?
Clean tech like EVs and wind power require a lot of rare earth and minerals. We may not have enough to support our long-term clean energy goals.
Pandora is aligning itself with millennial spending habits and going all in on lab-grown diamonds (which are much more ethical than the real things).
As oil cools down and renewables heat up, landmen are looking to pivot.
Low supply and high demand have pushed lumber prices through the roof, but European beetles are helping.
AT&T and Verizon are likely bidding like crazy to catch up to T-Mobile on 5G spectrum.
Lab grown diamonds (LGD) are cheaper, faster to make and much less conflict-y than traditional diamonds.
Diamonds really want to become more investor-friendly.
Barrick Gold is attempting a $17B+ takeover of its rival Newmont, but the deal isn’t looking particularly shiny.
After a big 2018, Nucor plans to create 400 new full-time jobs by the year 2022 after announcing it will build a $1.3B steel factory.
Demand for gold dropped 7% in Q1 this year to post its weakest quarter since the ‘08 financial crisis, driven, according to MarketWatch, by lower demand for gold bars and gold-backed funds. What does this mean? And why do people decide to keep their money in gold in the first place? People just aren’t […]