We recently announced we are switching to Fidelity from Vanguard and now we are switching from Aetna to Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Both those are used by Chevron. Are we switching to match them or is this just a coincidence..... Hmmmmm
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Give us your age and we will tell you how to invest your 401K. Meanwhile the 19+ crowd keeps ALL their investment options for deferred compensation
Most of the employees layed off are working at WalMart now. A merger would bring everyone back together.
Chevron isn’t fooled by Conoco’s false advertising. Walmart would be a better fit corporately. Plus, our gregarious super cool Conoco technical sups could likely transition to be door greeters with a proper succession plan and enough training.
We need to buy someone. Lord knows we haven’t been successful in replacing production via via our Exploration organization...☹️
Instead of Concho could we buy Kolaches? I’m sometimes very hungry when I arrive in the morning and that would be an acceptable resolution to that problem.
COP should consider to buy COncho. Seriously!!!
I don't think Chevron is necessarily looking to buy us. But we are doing things that we hope will change their minds.
Bartlesville is the end of the line, heck, half the time all we get are the empty rolls. We'll just have to wait and see.
Chevron will get you better TP, just hang in there!
Months ago we went down to one ply T.P. but now we are back to two ply. The ply's are thin but there are two.
The TP in the bathroom is being changed too!
The switch from Fidelity to Vanguard and Aetna to Blue Cross and Blue Shield was done for one overlapping reason: reduce benefits to employees while further rewarding our Leadership Forum. It’s what we do.
The geoscience side is moving to Petrel, used by Chevron
Maybe so, but it’ll sound better if we call it a “merger of equals”...😃