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BP, a company with a split personality, looks to the future: Fuel for Thought

It is six years since a prominent newspaper dubbed BP’s chief executive the “most hated and clueless man in America” and in that time the company has paid $62 billion in fines and compensation for its role in the Macondo Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Perhaps surprisingly, much of the top leadership that visited the […] The post BP, a company with a split personality, looks to the future: Fuel for Thought appeared first on The Barrel Blog.
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