WVA Coal Case Brings First Executive Convicted Over Workplace Safety

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A federal jury in West Virginia has convicted former Massey Energy Chief Executive Don Blankenship of conspiracy to violate federal mine-safety laws. The jury acquitted him of more onerous counts of lying to regulators and investors in connection with a 2010 coal mine explosion that killed 29 miners, the Wall Street Journal reports. The case,
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