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Royal Dutch Shell News Wednesday 21 April, 2004

Royal Dutch Shell News Wednesday 21 April, 2004

Business Report: Shell, the model of probity, must start from ground up

Houston Chronicle: Analysts say Shell should repair internal culture

The Scotsman: Shell’s reputation left in tatters

The Scotsman: Shell faces 15 US lawsuits

Tallahassee.com: Shell shaken by execs’ dishonesty on holdings

TheStarOnline: Shell report exposes lies, CFO sacked

PlanetArk.com: Shell reserves scandal may aid Ogoni case

The National Post: Shell game

London Evening Standard: Former Shell boss stokes the row

Daily Mail: Shell must be fully opened

London Evening Standard: Cairn chief finds his nirvana

London Evening Standard: Shell facing court over ‘rights abuses’

Bloomberg.com: Shell Loses AAA Rating at Fitch; Rating Cut to AA+ (Update1)

The Guardian: Analysts hit out at Shell board’s part-timers

Daily Telegraph: Red faces after strikes at company’s former oilfields 

Daily Telegraph: Shell investors blast ‘bad apples’ excuse

The Times: New Shell chief knew of problems in 2002

The Times: How did Shell’s assayers let plate pass as pure silver?

The Independent: Criminal charges loom over Shell

The Independent: We can all learn from Shell’s debacle

Reuters.com: Moody’s cuts Royal Dutch/Shell Group’s ratings

Financial Times: Flaws in controls take shine off Shell

Financial Times: How Shell became a victim of business fashion

Financial Times: Staff around the world left reeling as Shell image cracks

Financial Times: DEPOSED HEAD PREFERS SOUND OF SILENCE

Financial Times: Connections from politics to royalty

Financial Times: Collum seen as candidate for Shell

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