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In early trading on Thursday, shares of Boeing topped the list of the day's best performing Dow Jones Industrial Average components, trading up 0.7%.
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The pay of Royal Dutch Shell's former chief executive, Peter Voser, halved to $11.24 million last year following what the company described as a disappointing performance.
9 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
South Africa's ruling African National Congress used its parliamentary majority to push through changes to laws that companies such as Exxon Mobil say will curb investment.
12 hrs ago | Politico
Business groups representing many of the largest U.S. corporations are urging policymakers to tread softly when crafting sanctions on Russia, raising concerns that overly aggressive measures could fray lucrative relationships with the Kremlin or provoke retaliation by Moscow.
The largest energy company in the world has a record number of projects coming on-line and will focus on higher-margin products.
A rendering of the Springwoods Village Town Center, where Woodbine Development plans to develop a full-service hotel, in addition to three select-service hotels it's planning for the community.
I look at historic data for sales, earnings, book value, dividends, and shares outstanding over the past fifteen years at Exxon Mobil.
Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson said during the call that Exxon's production plan through 2017 calls for "reducing capital spending for North American gas while increasing our North American liquids production."
Exxon Mobil Corp. Chairman Rex Tillerson called on energy sector employees to embrace the industry's policies, including more export opportunities.
One of the big question hanging over the oil and gas industry right now is whether the hydraulic fracturing or shale boom enjoyed by the United States can be replicated abroad.
The standoff between the United States and Russia isn't getting in the way of ExxonMobil's lucrative relationship with Vladimir Putin's regime.
Masayoshi Son, chairman and chief executive officer of SoftBank Corp., reacts during a news conference in Tokyo on March 5. And so, the excited chief executive of Japanese Internet and telecom firm SoftBank launched a push to win support for a merger between Sprint and smaller rival T-Mobile US In appearing on the Charlie Rose show, the media-savvy ... (more)
Exxon Mobil has sought permission from regulators to restart a Texas stretch of the Pegasus oil pipeline that it says was not affected by a line rupture in Arkansas in March 2013.
An ExxonMobil led XOM.N consortium in Chad is seeking an out-of-court settlement after the government filed a legal claim for more than $800 million in unpaid taxes, finance ministry sources said on Tuesday.
The recent dip in the company's stock brings the opportunity for investors to jump in and bet on the healthy future prospects of the company.
So is this a buying opportunity for this stalwart of Wall Street, or is it time to trade ExxonMobil in for a more promising name? As a percentage of market cap, ExxonMobil has one of the worst capital reinvestment results in the industry.
Recent articles on Barron's and Seeking Alpha subjected Exxon Mobil to harsh critique.