ExxonMobil fined $105 million for fouling New York groundwater

On October 19, 2009, one of the world’s largest public corporations was ordered to pay $105 million in damages to the city of New York for contaminating the city’s ground water: a federal jury ruled in favor of the city, which had contended that ExxonMobil ignored warnings from its own scientists ab...

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