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    1. Buffeted by powerful market forces largely beyond its control, the US nuclear power industry is on the rocks. States have begun throwing these struggling plants lifelines in the form ...

    2. U.S. Nuclear Setback Is a Boon to Russia, China

      Bloomberg via Yahoo Finance5 hours ago

      The bankruptcy of Westinghouse Electric Co., the Pittsburgh-based nuclear power company, is a geopolitical setback for the U.S. It halts a long-standing U.S. effort to get Eastern European ...

    3. Westinghouse Electric Co’s financial distress sparked a feeding frenzy among Wall Street lenders keen to give the nuclear developer a lifeline while it reorganizes in bankruptcy, according ...

    4. (Reuters) - Westinghouse Electric Co, a unit of Japanese conglomerate Toshiba Corp <6502.T>, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, hit by billions of dollars of cost overruns at four nuclear ...

    5. Washington (AFP) - Westinghouse's bankruptcy announcement cast a pall over the future of nuclear energy in the United States and comes as the Trump administration seeks to revive the ...

    6. Twidale and Nina Chestney LONDON (Reuters) - Toshiba's Westinghouse, which filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday, has won approval for its AP1000 reactor design, Britain's nuclear regulator ...

    7. South Korean intelligence has warned that another nuclear test by North Korea is imminent, with analysts suggesting that the leadership in Pyongyang wants to "overshadow" next week's ...

    8. Toshiba’s nuclear unit, Westinghouse, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday after huge losses stemming from cost overruns and delays on the build of two power plants in the US. Why does it ...

    9. nuclear unit Westinghouse filed for Chapter 11 protection from creditors on Wednesday, as its Japanese parent seeks to limit losses that threaten its future. A bankruptcy filing will ...

    10. Obama’s Dream of a Nuclear-Free World Is Becoming a Nightmare

      Foreign Policy Magazine via Yahoo News21 hours ago

      More than 100 countries are meeting at the United Nations this week to negotiate a global ban on nuclear weapons. That would normally be a big deal, but it’s not this time. That’s because ...

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