Gov. Pat McCrory needs more time to decide whether to grant Alcoa Inc. a new 50-year operating license for four dams that once powered an aluminum plant and provided local jobs but are now used solely to generate electricity sold by the company, a state attorney said. Full story
Officials in the North Carolina county that's home to a closed Alcoa Inc. aluminum smelter are weighing a deal that could remove a hurdle to the corporation renewing a license for dams that once powered the plant and now produce electricity for sale. Full story
A New Hampshire investment firm is challenging Alcoa Inc.'s bid for a new federal license to operate dams along one of North Carolina's largest rivers, demanding that federal regulators recognize circumstances have changed since the relicensing process started more than a decade ago. Full story
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Alcoa reported Q1 revenue of $5.83 billion, below expectations of $5.88 billion. CEO Klaus Kleinfeld discusses the company's quarter, aluminum demand expectations, and a joint venture project in Saudi Arabia.
The FMHR crew have the play on Alcoa and the sector trade on its earnings.
CNBC's Seema Mody provides a preview of Alcoa's earnings ahead of its first quarter release on Monday after the closing bell.
Alcoa is down about 78 percent since October 2007. Bridget Freas, Morningstar, Inc., weighs in.
Alcoa Inc.'s aluminium plant in Sardinian is pictured in Portovesme in this file photo taken September 1, 2012. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi/Files
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2012 - A beer bottle is thrown at Italian Police as Alcoa aluminium company workers protest against dismissals from employment in front of the Ministry of Employment building in Rome March 27, 2012. Alcoa is the world's leading integrated aluminium company, providing jobs to
An employee of the world's leading producer of primary aluminum Alcoa holds a smoke device during a demonstration outside the industry ministry in Rome on September 10, 2012, as Prime Minister Mario Monti's government holds talks to find a solution. The demonstrators protest against the closing of P