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do you think bp is going to uphold there obligations to this spill?
probably, but will they first use the tactics of all big companies in the world, run the full gamut of all the legal oportunities and appeals in an attempt to get out of/delay parting with any money?
BP will do whatever is necessary to respond to the spill within the confines of legal and ethical obligations - as they see it.
I am a retiree of this company. The problem is not that BP does not want to function honestly. The problem is that their desire to grow in both power and capacity has overwhelmed their ability to manage (in my opinion). Therefore, they are in no way dishonest. They are driven and self absorbed. Big difference!
I understand that their position right now looks very negative...but they have done many good things in the communities that they operate in over the years. We must try to see a balanced picture of the company - not just the bad. That is more difficult looking through all that oil at the moment.
by Susan Reid7 years ago
$18 million and a new job offer at BP affiliate in Russia.That's the package being offered the soon-to-be-former CEO of BP, Tony Hayward. Hayward is stepping down in October.Hayward is infamous for his sound bite during...
by MikeNV8 years ago
People blame BP because they run the operation... but Haliburton actually cased the rupture.Why no anger towards Haliburton? Gee... I wonder if it has anything to do with all the Haliburton Employees who move in...
by James L7 years ago
Is anyone else seriously worried about the BP oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico?I've been staying on top of all the news reports and findings as well as researching the effects of previous oil spills and it seem the more I...
by Leslie Jo Barra8 years ago
Is BP doing enough to clean up the oil spill in the Gulf now that it has reached US beaches?
by CMHypno8 years ago
Obama's attacks on BP are increasingly being viewed in the UK as signs of his anti-British stance. Or is he just trying to pull attention away from his own administration's...
by ACRichmond7 years ago
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