Russian President Vladimir Putin and  Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia Kirill (  attend the Orthodox Easter service at the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow, Russia. Photograph: Maxim Shipenkov

(...) economy of the world’s largest energy exporter is entering a recession after an almost 50 per cent crash(...)

Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool look set to finish the season outside of the top four and without silverware. Photograph: Epa

(...) question by volunteering that the “occasion and the energy got to us a bit”.Liverpool’s latest big(...)

Ethiopian workers on the Grand Renaissance Dam near the Sudanese-Ethiopian border. The $4.8 billion (€4.5bn) project will provide not just Ethiopia with power but also allow the exporting of energy to neighbouring countries. Photograph: Zacharias Abubeker/AFP/Getty Images

(...) waters. Ethiopia, an energy-poor country, has begun building the biggest hydroelectric dam in Africa, the(...)

Former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay: short-sellers tend to get a bad press but their defenders point to their exposure of questionable practices at companies like Enron. Photograph: Dave Einsel/Getty Images

(...)”, said recently that the rewards “are probably not great enough to justify the time and the energy” of an(...)

Director Mark Cousins with Helena Bereen, who plays the personification of the city in I Am Belfast

(...) with energy. It’s infectious, inspiring, it makes you look at your own work in a new way. The trivial(...)

Chief executive Aidan Heavey has said Tullow Oil needs to be able to cope with oil prices of $50 a barrell “long-term”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Tullow Oil says it is making “about a third” of the more than 140 staff at its Dublin offices redundant, as the company slashes its cost base to deal(...)

Dubai Left Panel 1 by Clare Langan, from her exhibition The Floating World

(...) her paintings at Kevin Kavanagh she devotes a lot of energy to keeping things up in the air, to not(...)

Luke Sweeney, founder of Italian Tile and Stone: “I decided we needed to do things better and smarter”

(...) time and energy trying (unsuccessfully) to recover bad debts through the courts for a two-year period(...)

In many respects, that’s what the whole boredom thing is about: an inability to be okay with being with yourself. Odd, isn’t it, that we find ourselves so boring that we desperately rush to get away?

(...) noticed that it felt rather more like a swirl of energy that was going nowhere. It struck me that there is(...)

Damian Cullen: ‘It’s slightly creepy, but the class setting is contagious.’ Photograph: Alan Betson

(...) print will reveal a requirement that the least amount of energy be used in the endeavour.) However(...)