Royal Dutch Shell Plc  .com Rotating Header Image

Royal Dutch Shell News Wednesday 28 April, 2004

Royal Dutch Shell News Wednesday 28 April, 2004

Daily Mail: Shell attacked from all sides (recommended)

TheStarOnline: Shell to cut cost by outsourcing work to Malaysia, India

Financial Times: Shell to cut up to 30% of IT jobs worldwide Shell, After Reserve Cuts, May Post Drop in Quarterly Earnings

Financial Times: Triple-A loses some of its allure

Financial Times: Oil groups urged to adopt Anadarko disclosure method

Financial Times: Icon of inefficiency

Daily Telegraph: High oil prices ‘are stalling the US economy’

Daily Telegraph: Shell to shift IT jobs to the Far East

The Independent: Outlook: A problem with chemistry as BP opts for IPO

The Independent: Petrochemicals spin-off could return £4.5bn to BP investors

The Wall Street Journal: Shell to Cut Up to 2,800 Tech Jobs

The Scotsman: BP throws oil on burning shell of arch rival

The Scotsman: 2800 IT staff face Shell axe

London Evening Standard: Shell faces flood of lawsuits by workers (Recommended)

London Evening Standard: BP leaves rivals standing

Daily Mail: Shell’s £13bn credibility gap and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

0 Comments on “Royal Dutch Shell News Wednesday 28 April, 2004”

Leave a Comment

%d bloggers like this: