After many public speaking gaffes, including the now infamous comment made last Sunday — “There’s no one who wants this thing over more than I do, I’d like my life back,” many are wondering if BP CEO Tony Hayward will be on the job much longer.
Instead of reassuring the public, critics say, Mr. Hayward has turned into a day-after-day reminder of BP’s public relations missteps in responding to the crisis, which began six weeks ago and looks likely to continue well into the summer.
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