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Rig owner loses round in oil spill document fight

Transocean Deepwater Drilling Corp. has lost a round in its fight to avoid handing over documents to a government board investigating the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion. Full story

A Great Play on the Increasing Need for Energy

With global energy demand expected to soar over the next few decades, here is one great play in an industry that should benefit greatly. Full story

Transocean chairman voted out, $2.24/share dividend backed

ZUG, Switzerland (Reuters) - Transocean Ltd <RIG.N> shareholders voted out Chairman Michael Talbert at the annual meeting on Friday and backed a nominee of activist investor Carl Icahn to replace him on the board of the world's largest offshore drilling contractor. Full story

Icahn questions Transocean management's strategies

(Reuters) - Billionaire investor Carl Icahn piled more pressure on Transocean Ltd <RIG.N>, saying the offshore driller's mergers were "ill-advised" and development strategies "unsuccessful", and urged investors to vote for a dividend of $4 per share and a new board in the annual meeting on May Full story

Is Icahn Gearing Up For Another Fight?

   CNBC's Scott Wapner reports the billionaire investor plans to put up a slate on the board of Transocean.

U.S. judge approves Transocean civil spill settlement

(Reuters) - A federal judge on Tuesday gave final approval to Transocean's $1 billion civil settlement related to BP Plc's <BP.N> massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010. Full story

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U.S. judge accepts Transocean $400 million Macondo settlement


  Monday Market's Roadmap: Who's a Bully Now?

The "Squawk on the Street" news team report on today's market movers; including Carl Icahn upping his stake in Transocean and demanding a dividend.

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