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Showing 3 posts from February 2018.
Bar Tillerson from Role in Cardin-Lugar Anti-Graft Measure, NGOs Say
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
Don’t Stop the Food Renaissance
Why biotechnology skepticism isn’t just ignorant- it’s irresponsible.... Read More
Groups want Exxon, Chevron kicked off anti-corruption panel
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