The entrepreneur argues a “sustainable energy company” comprising the two ventures makes sense, but investors may take some convincing.
Williams shareholders will vote on the merger soon, and on Monday the two companies will go to court to accuse each other of breaching the agreement.
While many would argue there are serious problems within the United States economy, there is no consensus among economists on the root causes.
States are adding more licensing requirements for a variety of jobs, mandating months or years of education, along with assessing costly fees.
The first Disney park on the mainland, built for $5.5 billion, is being held up as nothing less than a historic symbol of United States-China relations.
The central bank, which entered the year planning to raise rates four times, has scaled back those plans as economic growth has disappointed expectations.
Plans for the $5.5 billion Shanghai Disney Resort, which opens Thursday, were in limbo until Disney dialed back its demands to the Communist Party.