Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Halliburton's boss from hell

If Halliburton fails to recover from Dick Cheney it may be especially difficult for the White House to recover from him as well. At least he isn't the guy that's really in charge.

"Add in a recent $106 million legal judgment against the company for its involvement in a Kazakh oil deal done during Cheney's stint as CEO, along with the Pentagon's ongoing investigations into Halliburton's overbilling (investigators have recently found that Halliburton spent $11 million to house personnel at the five-star Kuwait Hilton), and it becomes clear that Halliburton may have trouble surviving Dick Cheney."

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