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latimes.com - 7 readers, 92 Tweets - The giant oil company BP doesn't do small-scale.
washingtonpost.com - 7 readers, 37 Tweets - Corporate executive breaks down complicated damages dispute.
newrepublic.com - 7 readers, 59 Tweets - Why pay for ads when you get them for free?
politico.com - 13 readers, 576 Tweets - Ongoing litigation and political wrangling over the Deepwater Horizon accident have generated considerable speculation about the size of the potential financial penalties facing BP, how much money will go to the Gulf Coast states and how the states will spend the money. Lost in all that is a more fundamental question: What impact did the spill a...
politico.com - 5 readers, 1 Tweets - The BP oil spill civil trial in U.S. district court in New Orleans is an important moment for the future of the Gulf Coast, the efficacy of U.S. environmental protections and the accountability of corporations under the rule of law. Let’s remember what’s at issue here. This was by far the largest offshore oil disaster in America’s...
politico.com - 6 readers, 431 Tweets - In an opinion article published Tuesday, the oil giant BP would have us believe that the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster wasn’t all that bad for the Gulf of Mexico. Yes, company spokesman Geoff Morrell admits the event was a tragedy, and that, sadly, both people and wildlife perished. But he hastens to point out that the disaster’s impact...
washingtonpost.com - 7 readers - When your boss endorses a media titan, how do you cover said media titan?
washingtonpost.com - 8 readers, 1 Tweets - Politico is taking its 'Playbook' formula to New York. But just what is the formula?