Tuesday, July 27, 2010


BP gave Tony Hayward his life back yesterday when the company replaced the CEO with American Robert Dudley. Hayward will represent the company in Russia (it's like there sending him to Siberia). What does this mean for BP? What is happening to Hayward and how does he feel about the change? Who is Dudley and what will he do? Keep reading...

1. BP replaces CEO Tony Hayward. [Yahoo! News from AP]
2. BP reports record quarterly loss of $17 billion. [Los Angeles Times]
3. BP to slim down, refocus in wake of oil spill. [The Wall Street Journal]
4. BP's Dudley, Hayward to visit Russia, meet officials, partners . [The Wall Street Journal]

5. Tony Hayward replaced by American Robert Dudley at BP. [Politics Daily]
6. Hayward expresses sadness on exit . [The Wall Street Journal]
7. Ousted BP CEO Tony Hayward: I was 'demonized' in the U.S. [The Huffington Post]
8. BP boss Hayward to get immediate £600,000 pension. [BBC News]

9. American Robert Dudley replacing Tony Hayward as BP CEO. [USA Today]
10. Dudley Pick Underscores Importance of U.S. [The Wall Street Journal]
11. Robert Dudley announces changes for the oil industry. [Examiner]
12. Dudley will speed asset sales after Apache deal gets premium. [Bloomberg BusinessWeek]

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