December 20, 2014

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The Dirty Secrets Of Offshore Drilling

Many offshore rigs have been inadequately prepared for the harsh environment they are put in

U.S. Office Buildings Need to Get Smart, New Study Says

Despite rapidly developing technology to support and manage facilities, office buildings in the U.S. are falling behind the curve when it comes to...

Gulf spill: Worse than Exxon Valdez?

Some say environmental impact could surpass '89 disaster in terms of environmental impact since it seems like BP will be unable to cap...

The Revolution in the Laundry Room

Over the last several years, big, wasteful jugs of laundry detergent like this one from Procter & Gamble's Tide have all but disappeared...

Judge Says Corporate Person Should Be Held Responsible

But that's clearly crazy, right? I mean, "probation"? How can you put something like a corporation on probation?

Oil Leak in Gulf Worse Than Estimated, BP Takes Some Responsibility

Leak Now Estimated at 5,000 Barrel Per Day; Total Cost Could Hit $8 Billion.

Legislating a Conscience on Wall Street

From J. P. Morgan to Goldman Sachs's Lloyd Blankfein, the Street's sense of social responsibility seems to have nearly evaporated.

Has Corporate America Reached a Tipping Point on BPA?

So is BPA - the controversial, much-debated chemical that, right now, is almost surely lurking somewhere inside a can in your kitchen cabinet...

Fabrice Tourre, Goldman Sachs VP, Charged With Securities Fraud

In an email to a friend, the London-based trader called himself "The Fabulous Fab" and warned about the coming collapse in the subprime...

News Hub: Goldman's Public and Private Trials

Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre's sworn testimony on Capitol Hill could strengthen the S.E.C.'s civil-fraud case against him and the securities firm




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