The former BP CEO watched his credibility burn alongside the Deepwater Horizon, as his leadership flagged in the face of an …
“He knew what had to be done, but he didn’t do it properly. He was too slow; he wasn’t inspired; he wasn’t focused enough,”
— TOM BOWER, journalist, on why Tony Hayward’s departure from his role as BP’s Chief Executive was …
Here’s hoping that parachute can float with all that gold attached.
Rumors abound that BP will remove Tony Hayward as its CEO. The company’s board will meet tonight, potentially to discuss his fate.
Perhaps the message would be somewhat mixed.
The storyline Friday was that Hayward was handing over oil spill oversight to other members of the BP team. But on Saturday, the company raced to reassert that Hayward was indeed the man in charge in the Gulf – right around the …
With word that the worst-case scenario could be 100,000 barrels of oil gushing into the Gulf, Lousiana turned to a higher power for hope to staunch the gusher.
That was the startling number tossed around late Friday by experts, after listening to Tony Hayward’s congressional testimony about the size of the Gulf well. (via The Guardian)
The BP CEO may be on his way to getting his life back.
A host of both Republicans and Democrats disliked the Texas Congressman’s apology to BP CEO Tony Hayward. Now, Democratic fundraisers have turned to Facebook, ready to cash in on the outrage.
That’s the curious conclusion of a language analyst who says the President’s comments Tuesday night, written to a 9.8 grade level, went way over the head of most viewers. (via CNN)
“I’m not stonewalling. I simply was not involved in the decision making process.”
— BP CEO Tony Hayward after being grilled by House Committee Chairman Rep. Henry Waxman on the failure of preventative measures of the Deepwater …