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Mobil/Exxon Shareholders Meetings

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Today, both Exxon and Mobil are holding their annual shareholders’ meeting in Dallas, Texas. Shareholders will vote on two resolutions: whether the two companies should merge, becoming one of the world’s largest corporations, and a resolution on global warming.

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  • Ken Durr, C.E.O. of Chevron, saying he would not call for the Nigerian military to stop killing protestors.

Guests:

  • Chris Ball, Outreach Director, Ozone Action
  • Sister Pat Daley, Dominican sister from Caldwell, N.J., and the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility.

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