When I met a friend to share my good news yesterday, she caught me a little off-guard by saying, “You have to hear how BP saved my Christmas.” That’s right, as in the same BP from the Gulf oil spill. Having asked to remain anonymous, we’ll call her Jane. Jane works at a local upscaleRead… Read more »
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It’s day 77 and we as a whole are losing interest in the oil spill. The top two CNN.com headlines right now are about Bobby Fischer and the heat wave, what caught my attention this morning is, “Oh cool. LiLo is going to jail,” and if you prefer numbers, Google search traffic for “oil spill”Read… Read more »
Stepping up to aid Gulf Coast companies impacted by the BP oil spill, the US Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) consistently assists export companies in towns nationwide. An announcement by the Department of Commerce on June 18th detailed the release of eight grants for the Gulf region totaling $10.27 million – most forRead… Read more »
The oil spill is the largest ecological catastrophe of my lifetime, yet it’s very different than most other disasters. We all care about it some, but it’s hard to care about it as much as other crises on this scale. In this post I will explain why I believe so, then provide my Top 3Read… Read more »
What is your opinion or factual addition to the descussion buzzing at work about how the hesitation on the crack down with the BP oil spill will inevidably add to the list of faults made by the President? Do you think it will have an affect on his re-election campaign?