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The $150,000-a-year salary of the new executive director of One Fund Boston will be paid out of the charity's own budget marking a significant shift from the organization's beginnings, when every dollar donated went directly to victims' families and
Featured Video Close More Video A Tampa dentist or Dade City print shop with a dip in 2010 revenue may qualify even if the dip had nothing to do with the BP oil spill...BP certainly doesn't think so, and it is attempting to stop the payments, arguing
Louis DeLuca/Staff Photographer A cross honors those killed in April when the West fertilizer plant was leveled in a blast. So far, the foundation overseeing about $3.6 million donated in the disaster's wake has released less than 20 percent of it.
The British oil company BP said on Tuesday that its third-quarter profit, adjusted for one-time items, was $3.7 billion. That was down 25 percent from the previous year but exceeded analysts' consensus forecast by about 15 percent. BP also said that
The cause of her difficulties, according to the physician who examined her, was a traumatic brain injury on April 15. But because Leigh, 39, walked home that day after she was knocked unconscious by the second bomb and never went to a hospital, she
The One Fund Boston infused with $10 million more in donations is entering uncharted territory as the new managers of the stunningly successful charity consider keeping the trust open indefinitely to help even more marathon bombing victims. An
Donors will receive a goodie bag, and the World Series trophies will be on display...Flag lowering, moment of silence, and reading of victims' names on the Massachusetts State House lawn...Commemoration of September 11 victims and Madeline Amy
BP is fighting the settlement it agreed to last summer that let the oil company avoid thousands of potential lawsuits over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Just after the spill, when oil was still gushing into the Gulf, BP touted the $20 billion it
BP loses second bid to suspend oil disaster payments BP has raised the likely cost of compensation to individuals and businesses to $9.6bn (£6.19bn) BP has lost a second attempt to suspend compensation payments over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil rig
The administrator of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill claims settlement program has rejected as "unfounded" allegations by BP the program is riddled with fraud. In court filings, attorneys for Patrick Juneau responded to the allegations, calling them "