As one of the world's most profitable companies, ExxonMobil has the power to move the world toward a clean energy future. WHY EXXONMOBIL?
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June 28, 2007, Corporate Accountability Int'l
Nearly 8,600 people vote ExxonMobil, Halliburton and Wal-Mart into Corporate Hall of Shame. Read more
June 22, 2007, The Washington Post
Senate energy bill passes without new taxes on Big Oil that would have funded clean energy. Sen. Reid vows to keep trying. Read more
June 20, 2007, Rolling Stone
June 15, 2007, The Guardian
ExxonMobil criticizes Greenpeace and insists it is not a climate change denier. Read more
June 14, 2007, Yes Men
Yes Men posing as Exxon execs pull prank at Canada's largest oil conference. Read more
June 13, 2007, CNN.com
Senate debates energy bill that includes making oil industry price gouging a federal crime. Bush threatens to veto. Read more
May 28, 2007, Business Week
Exxon's strategy of buying back stock increases pain at the pump for consumers. Read more
May 31, 2007
Exxpose Exxon's Shawnee Hoover reports from the Dallas shareholder meeting in May. Read more
May 31, 2007, Washington Post
Outside the oil giant's annual meeting in Dallas yesterday, a smattering of 40 or so protesters, unsatisfied with the company's efforts to stem climate change, displayed signs saying "Exxpose Exxon" and "No Planet, No Dividends." Read more
May 30, 2007, The Dallas Morning News
Some Exxon Mobil Corp. shareholders scolded executives and board members for allowing public concerns about climate change to fester without taking bold action. Read more
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