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High-ranking congressmen made a concerted effort to financially distance themselves from BP in the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, either by reducing or altogether dumping their stock holdings, according to a Center for Responsive Politics an ...
OpenSecrets.org · 6/16/2011
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- BP's stock price slipped 5% on Monday after a U.S. government official sparked concerns about oil seeping out of the capped well into the Gulf of Mexico. U.S. listed shares of BP (BP) fell $1.95 to $35.15 on the New York …
CNN Money · ByHibah Yousuf · 7/19/2010
Shares in BP rose 1.2 percent in London on Friday, taking their bounce since the near 14-year low in June to 45 percent, lifted by the group's latest progress in plugging the ruptured oil well in the Gulf of Mexico. Chartists, however, say the six-week ...
International Business Times · 8/6/2010
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The state is holding onto 170 million dollars worth of BP stock and bonds despite their falling value and the financial trouble the company is causing Florida. When the state took on big tobacco in the early 90’s, it sold all its stock in cigarette ...
WJHG · 6/16/2010
At least seven members of Congress reported holding a minimum of $15,000 in BP stock at the end of 2009, according to a preliminary analysis of personal financial disclosure reports by the Center for Responsive Politics. The Clerk of the House and ...
Opposing Views · 6/16/2010
Law360, New York (July 15, 2014, 9:18 PM ET) -- The Fifth Circuit on Tuesday revived an Employee Retirement Income Security Act class action launched by a former employee of a BP PLC unit over stock losses suffered after the Deepwater Horizon …
Law 360 · ByStewart Bishop · 7/16/2014
We have praised and condemned Arianna Huffington’s Huffington Post many times. Today the Web’s most influential blog erased all negativity with an exclusive report on the BP Gulf oil disaster. The Post reported NOAA Director Jane Lubchenco’s ...
Everything PR · 6/5/2010
Aug. 9 -- BP Plc and Anadarko Petroleum Corp. are leading a rebound in global energy stocks after engineers stopped the worst oil spill in U.S. history. BP, owner of the Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico that exploded on April 20, has gained 36 percent ...
AL.com Bloggers · 8/9/2010
Representative John A. Boehner of Ohio, the Republican leader, bought stock in BP and other oil companies last year while other lawmakers were a little more fortunate, getting rid of BP stock before the enormous oil spill caused the environmental ...
Deal Book · 6/16/2010
NEW YORK---BP is not only gushing oil, but plenty of money, too. The company's stock price is dropping sharply after the Gulf rig explosion. Losses are in the billions. BP stock traded higher this morning after plunging to a 14-year low on Wednesday (June ...
WRDW-TV · 6/10/2010