Opposing views on challenges to Halliburton's ethical conduct.
Army Corps Clears Halliburton
"The head of the Army Corps of Engineers quietly exonerated Halliburton Co. of any wrongdoing in a Kuwait fuel-delivery contract that Pentagon auditors asserted has overcharged the U.S. government by more than $100 million." By Neil King. (January 06, 2004)
Halliburton's High-Power Ties to U.S. Government
"The giant Texas-based corporation landed many lucrative Iraq reconstruction contracts, which many consider a problem because Cheney is Halliburton's former CEO. [John] Burnett reports that the company's high-profile federal government connections have existed since World War II." [NPR] (December 24, 2003)
Cheney's Role in Halliburton Contracts Debated
"Critics believe Vice President Dick Cheney steered work to the company he once headed. But industry experts say Halliburton likely won the deal for other reasons." By John Burnett. [NPR] (December 23, 2003)
Examining Halliburton's 'Sweetheart' Deal in Iraq
"Halliburton has what appears to be a super sweetheart deal, but military contracting experts say the reality is quite a bit more complicated." By John Burnett. [NPR] (December 22, 2003)
Cynics Without a Cause
Editorial by David Brooks that when it comes to Halliburton, "the democratic presidential candidates are content simply to repeat demagogic and misleading applause lines." [New York Times] (Purchase required.) (November 11, 2003)
Halliburton's Mission
Editorial by Dave Lesar, CEO of Halliburton. "The services for the military, in fact, produce a profit of only a few cents on the dollar -- we do this work because it is important." [Wall Street Journal] (October 17, 2003)
[Desk Mozilla]
Last update:
July 1, 2012 at 5:35:05 UTC
Society
Sports
All Languages
Arts
Business
Computers
Games
Health
Home
News
Recreation
Reference
Regional
Science
Shopping