"This isn't a death knell for coal. It's the pains of a shrinking industry," said Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Andrew Cosgrove.
"This isn't a death knell for coal. It's the pains of a shrinking industry," said Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Andrew Cosgrove. file
"This isn't a death knell for coal. It's the pains of a shrinking industry," said Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Andrew Cosgrove. file

Coal slump sends mining giant Peabody Energy into bankruptcy

April 13, 2016 04:55 AM

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