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Despite angry protesters outside the building, BP promised its first annual general meeting since last year's devastating Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion that it would work to earn back trust of shareholders and the public.
BP's embattled Chief Executive Officer Tony Hayward will be replaced by American Robert Dudley on Oct. 1, the company said Tuesday, as it reported a record quarterly loss and set aside $32.2 billion to cover the costs of the devastating Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
President Obama emerged from his first face-to-face meeting with BP executives Wednesday to say the oil giant has agreed to create a $20 billion escrow account to settle economic injury claims from the April 20 explosion that created the massive Gulf oil spill.