PG&E's Stock Wobbles After the Gas Disaster

PG&E shares plunged $4.03 on Friday from $48.24 to $44.21 one day after the blast. Investors continued taking profits on Monday, but the stock then recovered to close up a nickel. Still, the ultimate impact will depend on the investigation's results.

PG&E Stock Tumbles After Deadly Blast

Shares in PG&E, California's largest utility company, tumbled Friday after one of its natural-gas pipelines exploded in San Bruno, Calif., killing at least four people and destroying 38 homes.

California's Revolt Against Smart Electric Meters

Despite promises of environmental benefits and lower costs to consumers, smart meters are running into stiff resistance in some areas where you'd least expect it. Among the concerns: More electromagnetic radiation and loss of privacy.