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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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