BP Tony Hayward 's $50 million 'austerity' pay-off

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Monday, 26 July 2010


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And it's off on a nice long vacation as Tony 'gets his life back!'

London - (Crude News): It's a sign-if-the-times redundancy package that includes a £10.8 million pension pot accrued during Hayward's 28 years at BP.

The supermajor CEO is stepping down this week following dismal performances in front of a Senate probe into the Deepwater Horizon spill.

Hayward's top job at BP saw him replace previous chief executive Lord Browne whose perjury in a UK defamation lawsuit ended an otherwise illustrious career in 2007.

Comparisons with former Tory wideboys Jonathan Aitken and Jeffrey Archer saw Browne let off criminal charges although a former lover's defation lawsuit still hangs over him.

Current BP managing director Robert 'Bob' Dudley is an accidental namesake of the 1st Earl of Leicester, a favorite of Queen Elizabeth 1st who died of malaria in 1588.

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