Severe damage to Florida's grid means utilities will not just have to restore power but rebuild parts of the system.
Hurricane Irma knocked out power to nearly 4 million homes and businesses in Florida on Sunday.
Thomas Fanning, Southern Company chairman, president & CEO, discusses power outages in the Sunshine State and the enormous rebuilding process. People have to understand this is going to take weeks not days, says Fanning.
Leaders in corporate America can disagree with President Trump and remain engaged in crafting economic policies, Tom Fanning says.
K.R. Sridhar, Bloom Energy CEO; Steve Smith, Equinix CEO; and Thomas Fanning, Southern Company CEO, talk about their partnership to provide clean energy.
I'm not interested in punks, thugs and criminals, says Thomas Fanning, Southern Company CEO, sharing his thoughts on President Trump's comments after the violence at the Charlottesville rally, and where business leaders should be putting their attention.
Thomas Fanning, Southern Company CEO, talks about the tax advantages of using renewable energy, and the need to get tax reform.
Thomas Fanning, Southern Company CEO, discusses how infrastructure spending could help create jobs and rebuild America.
EPA chief Scott Pruitt blames regulations for the coal's industry's decline and downplays market forces.
Westinghouse Electric, a unit of Japanese conglomerate Toshiba, filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday.
The board of Japan's Toshiba has approved a Chapter 11 filing for its U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse.
Climate change science hasn't proven that carbon dioxide is the primary contributor, Southern Company chief Tom Fanning tells CNBC.
Tom Fanning, Southern Company president, CEO & chairman, discusses the energy business under the Trump administration.
Skip Aylesworth, Hennessy Gas Utilities Fund, and Rob Haworth, U.S. Bank Wealth Management, debate the energy sector as it continues to trail the market year-to-date.
Tom Fanning, Southern Company CEO, shares his thoughts on Scott Pruitt as head of the Environmental Protection Agency, and changes in U.S. energy policy under a Trump administration.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer shares his take on various stocks from callers in a special Dow 20K edition of the lightning round.
Shares in chips-to-construction group Toshiba tumbled 20 percent on Wednesday.
As the Dow inches toward the 20,000-point milestone, analysts give predictions on sectors poised for growth in 2017.
The Dow and S&P extended their slide to three months, while the Nasdaq snapped a three-month winning streak.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher open, amid uncertainty surrounding the U.S. election and what the Fed might do next.