Duke Energy , one of North America’s largest utility holding companies, reported a reasonably strong set of Q1 2014 earnings on May 7. The company’s results were driven by weather conditions, ... more 
Duke Energy , one of North America’s largest utility holding companies, reported a reasonably strong set of Q1 2014 earnings on May 7. The company’s results were driven by weather conditions, recent rate increases and better wholesale net margins. While quarterly revenues grew by around 12% year-over-year to around $6.62 billion, adjusted net income grew by around 16% to about $829 million. less 
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