CEO Convicted Over Deadly Mine ExplosionMark Melin
CEO Convicted Over Deadly Mine Explosion
In a precedent-setting case, the chief executive of a major corporation has been convicted for a workplace safety related issue. When a Charleston, West Virginia jury convicted former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship of conspiracy to violate federal safety laws it sent a major message, but acquitted Blankenship of more serious charges of lying to investors.
2010 coal mine explosion where top executives admitted to violating safety regulations resulted in 29 deaths
At issue is the 2010 coal mine explosion that resulted . . .
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