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Bankrupt Philadelphia refiner paid executives millions in bonuses just after fire: documents

Credit: Reuters- Published on September 10, 2019
Executives of the Philadelphia Energy Solutions oil refinery were paid roughly $4.5 million in retention bonuses after a summer fire that led to the plant's closure and before the company filed for bankruptcy a few weeks later, court documents show.
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Published on September 9, 2019 -  00:32
Bankrupt Philadelphia Refiner: Millions In Exec Bonuses After Fire
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Executives of the Philadelphia Energy Solutions oil refinery were paid roughly $4.5 million in retention bonuses after a summer fire that led to the plant’s closure and before the company filed for bankruptcy a few weeks later, court documents show.

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