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UPDATE 1-Exxon, Chevron holders say 'no' to adding climate experts to boards

HOUSTON, May 27- Shareholders of the top two U.S. oil companies on Wednesday rejected proposals to add directors with climate change expertise to their boards, but a measure passed at one, Chevron Corp, could give new power to minority investors with environmental concerns. Proposals to add an independent director with expertise in climate change received the...
Source: Reuters | By: Anna Driver
Nasdaq sets record, Dow up triple digits as stocks rebound; Greece eyed

U.S. stocks closed higher, recovering from Tuesday's selloff, as Greece news cheered investors amid a slight pause in the dollar and yield climb.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Evelyn Cheng
Exxon shareholders to vote on climate change, fracking

The votes at meetings of Exxon Mobil Corp. and Chevron Corp. shareholders on Wednesday were expected. At the Exxon Mobil meeting in Dallas, CEO Rex Tillerson said the company is positioned to withstand ups and down in oil prices and give shareholders a good return on their money. Exxon has completed more than a dozen major projects in the past three years and...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By DAVID KOENIG, AP Business Writer
Shareholders press for board voice on climate at Exxon, Chevron

HOUSTON, May 27- Progressive shareholders are pushing to add directors with climate change expertise to the boards of Exxon Mobil Corp and Chevron Corp, arguing the largest U.S. oil companies need more depth of knowledge to navigate environmental issues. In January, Europe's Royal Dutch Shell Plc backed a measure from activist investors asking it to be more...
Source: Reuters | By: Anna Driver
REFILE-RPT-INSIGHT-Funds feel heat of coal and tar divestment drive

LONDON, May 24- For Rivka Micklewaite and fellow students, securing a pledge this week from Oxford University to avoid direct investments in companies producing coal or tar sands is just the beginning. The second-year engineering student from Balliol College is not alone. Norway's $900 billion sovereign wealth fund and the Church of England are among recent...
Source: Reuters | By: Simon Jessop and Ron Bousso
Media CEOs dominate ranks of top-paid executives

The best-paid chief executive of a large American company was David Zaslav, head of Discovery Communications, the pay-TV channel operator that is home to "Shark Week." Les Moonves, of CBS, held on to second place in the rankings, despite a drop in pay from a year earlier. The remaining four CEOs, from entertainment giants Viacom, Walt Disney, Comcast and Time Warner, have...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By STEVE ROTHWELL and RYAN NAKASHIMA, AP Business Writers
Cell boom leading to more crashes: Safety group

With people increasingly plugged in to mobile devices, drivers are also more distracted than ever, according to a safety group, creating accidents.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Nana Sidibe
INSIGHT-Funds feel heat of coal and tar divestment drive

LONDON, May 24- For Rivka Micklewaite and fellow students, securing a pledge this week from Oxford University to avoid direct investments in companies producing coal or tar sands is just the beginning. The second-year engineering student from Balliol College is not alone. Norway's $900 billion sovereign wealth fund and the Church of England are among recent...
Source: Reuters | By: Simon Jessop and Ron Bousso
UPDATE 2-Safety measures ordered for failed oil pipeline in California

LOS ANGELES, May 22- Owners of an oil pipeline that burst in California this week must take numerous corrective measures, including an in-depth analysis of factors contributing to the spill and a plan to fix any flaws found, before they can restart the line, U.S. safety officials said on Friday. The corrective action order issued on Thursday by the U.S....
Source: Reuters | By: Steve Gorman
Saudi Arabia rewrites its oil game with refining might

*Refining and trading could shift Kingdom's OPEC calculus. LONDON, May 22- Saudi Arabia's rapid transition into one of the world's largest oil refiners adds an extra dimension to the oil exporter's role as the driver of OPEC policy. When it attends OPEC's next meeting in two weeks, it does so with major new state-of-the-art oil refineries that can profit from...
Source: Reuters | By: Libby George and Ron Bousso