Is Exxon Riding Slowly into the Sunset?
If oil prices remain at current levels, at some point bond investors may no longer be willing to support the shrinking enterprise.
Exxon to Cut 2016 Capital Spending by 25%
The cuts reflect the prolonged commodities slump but Exxon says it still has "the financial flexibility to pursue attractive opportunities."
Shell, Exxon and Carbon: The Elephant in the Atmosphere
Managers at the biggest oil firms clash with investors over climate change.
Prolonged Ukraine Crisis Could Deal Blow to U.S. Companies
Agriculture, energy infrastructure and fast food are most exposed to the threat of Russian military occupation and continued political unrest.