Julia Werdigier

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BP has announced a  record loss  of $17 billion, set aside $32 billion to pay for costs related to the Gulf oil spill and  replaced CEO Tony Hayward  with Robert Dudley, the first…

Massive Loss for BP in Oily Wake of Gulf Spill

BP has announced a record loss of $17 billion, set aside $32 billion to pay for costs related to the Gulf oil spill and replaced CEO Tony Hayward with Robert Dudley, the first…

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