Exxon CEO Pledges to Double Profit, Talks Russian Writedown, Dividends and Stock Price

A day after meeting with Wall Street investors, Exxon Mobil CEO Darren Woods spent time Thursday with business news network CNBC on everything from his pledge to double the oil giant's profit by 2025 to why its stock price is down.Woods, who ascended to CEO in 2017 when Rex Tillerson retired to become President Donald Trump's secretary of state, described the Irving company's holdings as its "richest set of investment opportunities since the merger of Exxon and Mobil."  Continue reading...

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