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... punish a company much these days. Push a button and sell some shares of Peabody Energy or Exxon Mobil, and they will very likely be snapped up by another investor: an index fund, a mutual...
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... me to relocate to the Office of Emergency Preparedness. Our region was a concern since we had Exxon, two bridges over the Mississippi River, and the nuclear power plant in St. Francisville. At...
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