Cute AND charitable.
It might be lesson one of putting together any ad spot: scrub away anything that might make your company look bad. Especially if your company already looks bad.
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With BP’s one-year anniversary of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster nearly upon us, that can only mean one thing. The time is ripe for a Hollywood adaptation. (via Ecocentric)
If it involved the World Cup, it was popular on Twitter in 2010.
The former BP CEO watched his credibility burn alongside the Deepwater Horizon, as his leadership flagged in the face of an unprecedented environmental disaster.
It may be the most absurd fashion statement since Zoolander.
“Has it hit the sweet spot? Yes. Was it by design? Partly,”
— STEVE MURAWSKI, Senior Scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, on the chemical dispersant used by BP to break up the Gulf of Mexico oil …
After an oil and gas production platform in the Gulf of Mexico caught fire Thursday, media outlets (including us) were quick to jump to conclusions. If you were watching cable news at the time, you would have thought it was the …
The Coast Guard is reporting that a mile-long oil sheen is spreading from the site of today’s oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, according to the Associated Press.
If you’ve seen Piranhas 3D and are still up for the beach for the long weekend, you might be out of luck.
With a rubber stamp of disapproval in the Gulf of Mexico, the oil company is reportedly having difficulty convincing other countries to partake in an offshore handshake.