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Warren Business Consulting is a management consulting and business training company founded by Angus Warren to provide strategic services to the energy industry, primarily in the oil and gas sector.Warren Business Consulting’s principal consultant and associates are all very experienced and work worldwide with a wide range of clients that has typically included oil and gas majors, independents, government ministries, national oil companies, technology companies, financial institutions and professional services firms.





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  • Wall Street rallies, S&P 500 on track for biggest weekly gain of 2014

    Fri 8:14 pm

    Wall Street rallies, S&P 500 on track for biggest weekly gain of 2014

    U.S. stocks were rallying late Friday afternoon after a choppy morning, as investors appeared to shrug off fears of New York's first Ebola case, concentrating instead on stronger-than-expected housing data and quarterly earnings.

  • Agrium climbs as ValueAct Capital discloses 5.7% stake

    Fri 5:50 pm

    Agrium climbs as ValueAct Capital discloses 5.7% stake

    Shares of Agrium were jumping Friday after San Francisco-based activist investor ValueAct Capital Management disclosed in an SEC filing a 5.7 percent stake in the Canadian agricultural giant, after having acquired about 8.2 million shares since August.

  • Wall Street rises as investors shrug off Ebola worries

    Fri 4:58 pm

    Wall Street rises as investors shrug off Ebola worries

    U.S. stocks were lately in positive territory Friday afternoon after a choppy morning, as investors appeared to shrug off fears of New York's first Ebola case, concentrating instead on stronger-than-expected housing data and quarterly earnings.

  • TSX gains as Agrium's climb offsets decline in energy

    Fri 4:46 pm

    TSX gains as Agrium's climb offsets decline in energy

    Canadian shares edged up Friday as a jump in Agrium shares offset a drop in oil prices, which pushed energy producers down. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) gained 0.13 percent to 14,506.14 at 11:14 a.m. in Toronto.