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Without looking, rank the P/E ratios of: Alphabet ($GOOG), Apple ($AAPL), Exxon Mobil ($XOM) and Aramco.

@RBrulle  @dotearthThe  @jswatz  sobering post is missing one from 1991 - the (Exxon)Mobil ad next to my first NYT op-ed, on oil and war.

Scientists are placing much of the blame for degrading ocean conditions on emissions from large energy companies, including Exxon Mobil

Exxon Mobil won a victory in the second climate change lawsuit to reach trial in the U.S. A New York State Supreme Court Justice said that the attorney general failed to prove the oil giant broke the law. (via @NPR )

@Aramco ’s financial data shows it made $111 billion in 2018. That’s more than what J.P. Morgan Chase, Google-parent Alphabet, Facebook and Exxon Mobil made combined.

@Aramco ’s financial data shows it made $111 billion in 2018. That’s more than what J.P. Morgan Chase, Google-parent Alphabet, Facebook and Exxon Mobil made combined.

A judge ruled in favor of Exxon Mobil in a lawsuit brought by New York's attorney general. The suit claimed the company defrauded shareholders in its accounting for the costs of climate change,

The market value of Saudi Aramco is more than six times that of US oil major Exxon Mobil Corp

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BREAKING: Exxon Mobil to invest $50 billion in US over 5 years, citing tax reform

Exxon Mobil knew the truth about fossil fuels and climate change and lied to protect their business model at the expense of the planet. The greed of the fossil fuel industry must end.

BREAKING: Exxon Mobil to invest $50 billion in US over 5 years, citing tax reform

Exxon Mobil is getting a great return on their investment in the Republican Party. It will receive a $10.5 billion tax break after donating $16.8 million to Republicans since 1990.

Tonight at 11/10c, Donald Trump picks Exxon Mobil CEO for Secretary of State. Oilman in charge of foreign policy, got it.

Rex Tillerson will be an effective Secretary of State. He will fight for America as effectively as he championed Exxon Mobil.

In 2009, Exxon Mobil made $19 billion in profits and actually received a $156 million rebate from the IRS. That's corporate welfare.

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