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Nailed It! host and Emmy nominee Nicole Byer will host all five events the Creative Arts cycle, altered this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. While previous years featured a two-night Creative Arts ceremony the weekend before the main Emmy show, this year’s supersized Emmy week will see the four digital shows (about an hour apiece) and the FXX telecast followed Sunday by the Primetime Emmy Awards, which will air live on ABC as a hybrid in-person/virtual ceremony and be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. … [Read more...] about How To Watch The Creative Arts Emmy Awards Online & On TV
Before the disaster in the Gulf, BP had similarly low odds. On the day the spill started in April, the cost of a five-year CDS on the company was 43 — meaning it cost just $43,000 to place a bet that BP would default on $10 million of its debt within five years. “For comparison’s sake, the price of U.S. Treasuries during the same time period was in the 35 to 40 ballpark,” says Otis Casey, an analyst who tracks CDS prices. Before the spill, in other words, the market considered BP to be almost as safe a bet as the U.S. government. Given the bargain-basement price, investors happily piled up swaps on the firm’s debt, often as a way to hedge other bets they’d made in the energy sector. If their investments in Gulf oil extraction went south, say, the default of BP would serve as a form of insurance, helping to cover their losses. … [Read more...] about BP’s Shock Waves
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Nowhere was the absurdity of the policy more evident than in the application that BP submitted for its Deepwater Horizon well only two months after Obama took office. BP claims that a spill is “unlikely” and states that it anticipates “no adverse impacts” to endangered wildlife or fisheries. Should a spill occur, it says, “no significant adverse impacts are expected” for the region’s beaches, wetlands and coastal nesting birds. The company, noting that such elements are “not required” as part of the application, contains no scenario for a potential blowout, and no site-specific plan to respond to a spill. Instead, it cites an Oil Spill Response Plan that it had prepared for the entire Gulf region. Among the sensitive species BP anticipates protecting in the semitropical Gulf? “Walruses” and other cold-water mammals, including sea otters and sea lions. The mistake appears to be the result of a sloppy cut-and-paste job … [Read more...] about The Spill, The Scandal and the President