The money well is running dry at BP

The sign for a BP filling station in Westminster in London, England.

London-based oil giant BP is being drained by legal claims, after the oil spill in the Gulf three years ago. The company's $20 billion compensation fund is almost empty -- and there could be many more claims in the pipeline.

Marketplace's Stephen Beard joins Morning Report host David Brancaccio to discuss.

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Stephen Beard is the London Bureau Chief, providing daily coverage of Europe’s business and economic developments for the entire Marketplace portfolio.


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