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CBS Praises Oil Company for $50 Million in College Aid
6/17/2008 9:57 AM ET
'Evening News' segment praises Murphy Oil for providing college funding for high school graduates of Arkansas town.
Pressure Builds on Oil Companies - from Lawmakers, Media and Candidates
5/21/2008 3:32 PM ET
Networks give a free pass to Democrats' proposals to levy more taxes on oil companies, even as Senate committee grills oil execs.
Lauer Prosecutes 'The People vs. Exxon' in CEO Interview
5/15/2008 3:06 PM ET
'Today' host repeats popular but faulty criticisms of oil companies in one-on-one with ExxonMobil head.
Post Pulitzer Winner: Ignore CEOs, Treat Them 'Like Social and Political Pariahs'
4/9/2008 4:46 PM ET
Business columnist Steven Pearlstein says he advocates pursuing class envy, admits to ignoring CEOs in his reporting.
Network Morning Shows Celebrate 'April Fuel's Day' Bashing 'Big Oil'
4/1/2008 12:12 PM ET
Journalists draw parallels between higher gas prices and tax breaks for oil companies on day of congressional hearing.
Portfolio Magazine Slams Top Corporations as 'Toxic Ten'
3/21/2008 10:35 AM ET
Conde Nast's business mag goes after corporations for what it deems 'self-serving' and 'laughable' environmental efforts.
3/19/2008 5:38 PM ET
Media ignore OPECs control of oil market when covering Americas pain at the pump.
Caps and Trade-offs: Presidential Candidates Embrace Massive Penalties for Emissions
3/5/2008 1:53 PM ET
All three frontrunners have declared support for energy legislation that would cost consumers and businesses lots of money.
Caps and Trade-offs: Presidential Candidates and Climate Change
3/5/2008 1:23 PM ET
All three frontrunners have declared support for mandatory emissions reductions - which would cost consumers and businesses lots of money.
Despite Media Carping, Americans Largely Trust Drug Companies
3/5/2008 11:47 AM ET
Media attacks on pharmaceutical companies don't resonate with the public, which overwhelmingly believes drug makers improve quality of life.
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