Opioid Crisis Has Killed Thousands Of People. In a recent publication, Newsweek explored whether pharmaceutical companies are, at least partially, to blame for the opioid crisis that has killed thousands of people in the United States. Since 1999, more than 183,000 people have died from opioid-related causes. Some say that … [Read more...] about Are the Drug Manufacturers of Opioids to Blame for the Opioid Crisis?
Oil Spill Hazards Blamed On Multiple Parties. BP has released its internal report on the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and is blaming the disaster on multiple parties. The report says that a series of failures and bad decisions on the part of BP, Transocean Ltd., and others aboard the Deepwater Horizon oil rig led to … [Read more...] about BP Report Says No Single Factor to Blame for Oil Spill
B&L Methods Were To Blame For The Outbreak. Bausch & Lomb Inc.’s manufacturing methods were probably not to blame for the outbreak of a rare eye infection among contact lens wearers associated with the use of a popular B&L lens solution, public health investigators have concluded. The Centers for Disease Control and … [Read more...] about B&L Methods Not to Blame in Infections
Wall Street Firms Conflict Of Interest. I am changing my mind about the stock market bubble. Until recently I was in the camp that said we were all to blame for the market's remarkable rise and fall. We all bought the Internet story; we were all going to be rich; we all lost sight of reality. I still say we all have to accept … [Read more...] about Blame It On The Street