"American bloodlust," but the case against the banks, and their enablers, is far less clear than the one against BP. And history shows that, in the case of economic collapse, justice may lie more in the collapse than in the search for culpability.
The oil services company born of the merger of Texas's FMC and France's Technip has levers to boost value but faces a battle to maintain margins and retain contracts.
What were these places thinking?
The oil giant is wisely avoiding a potential conflict with President-elect Donald Trump, who has been critical of Iran.