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WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- JunkScience.com issued a mock media release today spotlighting Exelon Corp.'s recent announcement that it was cancelling its membership in the U.S.
Some scientists are concerned that time spent online is rewiring teenage brains. Current concerns go beyond violent video games, which often become the center of public attention.
In a speech at the Economic Club of Chicago last night, Exelon Chairman and CEO John Rowe discussed with Chicago business leaders the important role of setting a new national energy policy framework, even in today's turbulent economy.
In testimony before the U.S. Senate Energy Committee on Sept. 12, Exelon Chairman, President and CEO John Rowe will call on Congress to develop a 21st century Marshall Plan for energy, as part of a three-part plan to address the nation's energy challenges.
ConSentry Networks announced today that Taco Bueno, a casual Mexican food corporation operating in more than 190 locations across the Southern and Central U.S., is deploying ConSentry's LANShield(TM) Switch platforms and InSight Command Center as part of a network upgrade.
By Matthew L. Wald Exelon, the largest U.S. operator of nuclear power plants, said Tuesday that by 2020 it would cut its greenhouse gas emissions by an amount larger than its total emissions in 2008, in a bid to shape the debate on carbon dioxide rules and to get a jump on compliance.
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