ExxonMobil Fights For 20 Years, Wins Big at Supreme Court
The US Supreme Court hands ExxonMobil a $2 billion victory; the losers are individuals like fishing boat owners and class-action plaintiffs trying to recover income from the company's infamous oil tanker spill off Alaska in 1989.
Scientists have found that the after-effects have lingered longer than once thought.
The company's website delivers this with a straight face on its website:
"We are committed to meeting the world's growing demand for energy in an economically, environmentally and socially responsible manner."
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