It will be hard for defenders of boardroom excess to wield the 'pay for performance' defence ever again.
Mr Dudley is in line for a pay rise that would take his salary package to £13.8 million despite BP profits falling and thousands of staff losing their jobs
The Tate has dropped the oil company’s sponsorship - the British Museum, the Royal Opera House, the National Portrait Gallery and the Science Museum should follow suit
Oil giant denies decision is result of repeated protests by environmental campaigners
Redundancies will be made by the end of 2017 and come on top of the 4,000 job cuts announced last year
Sainsbury's offers £1.3bn for Argos; Alphabet is now the most valuable company on Earth; BP profit falls 91%
Thousands of jobs will go over the next two years as the company tries to cut costs
In 1986, the oil price crashed from a peak of $35 a barrel to below $10
We gave small parts of our bodies yesterday in the service of an awakening conscience: that we must no longer afford BP the right to tattoo our cultural institutions with corporate marks, and to use art and culture to cleanse its crimes from the public consciousness
European officials accused of having vested interests and ignoring renewable energy
FTSE giant sees no end to crude woes as profit in third quarter falls by 40 per cent
BP has said it will scale back capital spending for the year by about $7 billion
Beleaguered car manufacturer has admitted to falsifying car emission tests
A panel of the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed a federal judge's approval of a multi-billion dollar settlement between BP Plc and businesses and individuals who lost money and property in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
BP suffered another blow today after the oil giant announced it is taking a $1.1 billion (£675 million) hit on an uneconomic oil prospect off the coast of Brazil.
The British oil major will drill around 300 wells over 15 years to produce about a third of Oman’s total daily domestic gas supply