Business Ethics and the BP Oil Spill

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Business Ethics and the BP Oil Spill
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AP IMPACT: BP spill response plans severely flawed
By JUSTIN PRITCHARD, TAMARA LUSH and HOLBROOK MOHR (AP) – 2 hours ago
NEW ORLEANS — Glaring errors and omissions in BP's oil spill response plans have exposed a slapdash effort to follow environmental rules, outraging Gulf Coast residents who can see on their beaches how unprepared the company was.
BP PLC's 582-page regional spill plan for the Gulf, and its 52-page, site-specific plan for the Deepwater Horizon rig vastly understate the dangers posed by an uncontrolled leak and vastly overstate the company's preparedness to deal with one, according to an Associated Press analysis. The lengthy plans were approved by the federal government last...
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