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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson boasted to “60 Minutes” last weekend that, as the globe-trotting chief of oil giant ExxonMobil, he had an 18-year-relationship with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. He said, “It was always about what could I do to be successful on behalf of my shareholders, how Russia could succeed.” Nothing, of course, about America’s national security goals.... Read More
Why biotechnology skepticism isn’t just ignorant- it’s irresponsible.... Read More
For the past few years, oil giants ExxonMobil and Chevron have been playing a double game with regard to corporate responsibility, transparency, and fighting corruption in the notoriously graft-prone international oil business.... Read More