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Cochise Sheriff's searching for armed robbery suspect

SIERRA VISTA, Ariz.,- The Cochise County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man who robbed a Chevron off Highway 92 Friday night. Full story

Very busy earnings week

   CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at next week's earnings reports, including BP, Chevron, Chrysler, Merck and Comcast.

Analysis: Argentina shows new pragmatism with Chevron deal

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - After years of nationalist rhetoric and protectionist policies, Argentina is seeking to lure foreign investment to its Vaca Muerta shale oil and gas field in an bid to jumpstart the country's energy sector and reverse a decline in output. Full story

Indians and leftists slam Argentina's Chevron deal

The Argentine government's long-sought deal with Chevron Corp. to exploit shale oil reserves in Patagonia was strongly criticized Wednesday by Mapuche Indians, human rights activists, environmentalists and leftists who called it a sellout to the U.S. that could drain and pollute the nation's resourc Full story

Chevron vs. Johnson & Johnson: Which Dow Stock's Dividend Dominates?

Oil supermajor Chevron (CVX) and medical kingpin Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) square off in a battle of dividend fundamentals. Full story

Chevron to expand in Houston, creating 1,752 jobs

Chevron Corp. said Wednesday it will invest millions of dollars to expand its Houston facilities, creating 1,752 new jobs and building a new 50-story downtown office tower in the world's energy capital. Full story

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Argentine court lifts Chevron asset freeze

Chevron, Exxon investors sustain calls for fracking disclosure

Defense lawyer moves to drop out of Chevron fraud suit

Chevron CEO 2012 pay rises 30 percent despite bonus cut

U.S. board faults California safety regulations in Chevron blaze

Ecuador judge rejects bribe claims against him in Chevron case

Judge rejects Chevron subpoena of advocacy group in Ecuador case

Chevron says executive pay to reflect 2012 "incidents"

Total approves $10 billion Congo project, sees 2015 startup

Gas in Chevron pipeline hit by barge burning out: Coast Guard

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  Big Oil Earnings

Energy powerhouses Exxon and Chevron report earnings before the bell Friday, and early indications suggest they'll be posting some strong numbers.

  Clean Economy Jobs

A123 Systems announced it filed for bankruptcy today; and CNBC's Jane Wells reports on one project a Chevron oil field is working on that created temporary jobs in the clean economy without using any taxpayer money.

  Blaze shuts down Chevron refinery

Residents living near Richmond, California, are being told to stay inside and shut their windows after a fire erupted at a Chevron oil refinery. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Chevron's Refinery Fire Could Hit Spot Market

CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports on the potential impact the fire at Chevron's California refinery could have on gas prices.

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A demonstrator climbs onto a police fence covered by a U.S. flag and Chevron signs during a protest in Buenos Aires

A demonstrator climbs onto a police fence covered with a U.S. flag and Chevron signs by other demonstrators, during a protest against the Argentine government's decision to sign a deal with U.S. oil company Chevron, outside YPF gas and oil company headquarters in Buenos Aires July 16, 2013. REUTERS/

A Chevron gas station sign is seen in Del Mar, California
A Chevron gas station sign is seen in Del Mar, California

A Chevron gas station sign is seen in Del Mar, California, April 25, 2013. Chevron will report earnings on April 26. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Cyclists join fellow demonstrators at the entrance to Chevron corporate headquarters in San Ramon
Cyclists join fellow demonstrators at the entrance to Chevron corporate headquarters in San Ramon

Cyclists join fellow demonstrators at the entrance to Chevron corporate headquarters in San Ramon, California May 29, 2013. As the fracking debate heats up in Chevron's home state of California, its shareholders will weigh in again on whether it should take a close look at its extraction of gas from

Cycling demonstrators approach the entrance to Chevron corporate headquarters in San Ramon
Cycling demonstrators approach the entrance to Chevron corporate headquarters in San Ramon

Cycling demonstrators approach the entrance to Chevron corporate headquarters in San Ramon, California May 29, 2013. As the fracking debate heats up in Chevron's home state of California, its shareholders will weigh in again on whether it should take a close look at its extraction of gas from shale.