BP CEO Tony Hayward will make remarks on the BP oil spill during Congressional testimony Thursday.
BP CEO Tony Hayward had his first meeting with President Obama at the White House Wednesday.
On his website, Al Gore criticizes BP for denying reporters access to the Gulf oil spill area. But is it a 'de facto form of censorship,' as the former VP says?
The televised speech by President Obama about the Gulf oil spill is more more action to help force BP -- and other companies --- to create a conscience in all their workers about the public good.
US citizens want the spill contained, everything cleaned up and damages paid — no matter how much it costs BP’s shareholders.
President Obama wants BP to set aside more money for its Gulf oil spill liabilities. Rising estimates of cleanup costs are putting financial pressure on the firm.
When he returns to Washington on Tuesday evening Obama will use his first Oval Office speech as president to address the Gulf oil spill catastrophe.
President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron discussed the BP Gulf oil spill by phone Saturday. While the talk was cordial, the US has not let up its pressure on BP.
Boycotts and protests against BP gas stations could hurt the wrong people. But public anger over the Gulf oil spill can no longer be contained, worsening the oil giant’s prospects for survival.
There’s been an improvisational tone to the White House response to the BP oil spill. But given the magnitude of the disaster, that may have been inevitable.