IN TEN YEARS YOU'LL SEE 'NOTHING' That's what Exxon CEO Lawrence Rawl says will be left of the Valdez oil spill. ''A super job'' of cleaning up, he hopes, will overcome Congress's new coolness to Arctic exploration

Rawl, Lawrence
May 1989
Fortune;5/8/1989, Vol. 119 Issue 10, p50
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