BP chief executive Tony Hayward, often criticized for being tone-deaf to U.S. concerns about the worst oil spill in American history, took time off Saturday to attend a glitzy yacht race off England's Isle of Wight.
In a statement, BP described Hayward's day off as "a rare moment of private time" and said that "no matter where he is, he is always in touch with what is happening within BP" and can direct recovery operations if required.
Is that right?
Jolly good. Carry on, stiff upper lip.
i guess he got his life back
I wonder what might require his needing to direct recovery operations if 40,000+ gallons of oil per day spilling into the gulf doesn't.
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