Exxon’s shares closed at $82.00 on Friday, down less than 0.1% for the day in a 52-week range of $80.31 to $95.55.
Until the explosion at BP’s Deepwater Horizon project in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, the Exxon Valdez spill was the worst ever in U.S. history.
Reuters reported last week that the company is considering selling its 2,500 service stations in Italy for a tidy €500 million (about $538 million).
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The rumored buyer is private equity giant Apollo Global Management LLC (APO), also rumored to be interested in buying 2,600 Italian service stations from a joint venture between Italy’s Eni SpA (NYSE: E) and Total SA (TOT).
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as declared in Officials subpoenaed Exxon Mobil for internal documents — including Tillerson’s emails — regarding the investigation but argued that the Wayne Tracker emails were not turned over.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson used an alias email account during his tenure as CEO of Exxon Mobil Corp. to increase efficiency, attorneys for the company argued Thursday, saying there was nothing improper about the move.
“Wayne Tracker” refers to the name used by Tillerson on the email account.
“Mr. Tillerson’s use of the Wayne Tracker account was entirely proper,” attorneys at the New York-based law firm Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison LLP wrote in a letter to a state supreme court justice.
The state attorney general’s letter requested that the judge order the company to say whether the Wayne Tracker emails were preserved.
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