Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp.’s vice chairman said former employee Edward Snowden provided a “playbook” to enemies and did a “great disservice” to the U.S. by leaking top-secret documents about electronic surveillance.
U.S. intelligence officials offered no apologies for spying on foreign leaders without specifying who they targeted, defending the practice as the same thing other nations do to the American government.
Gum Tong owns a diner in Washington, D.C., and Matt Bellinger charters fishing boats in the Florida Everglades. They have this in common: The shutdown of the U.S. government cost them money they will never get back.
Oil drillers are trying to reduce water costs as they try to improve margins for hydraulically fractured wells in shale fields, Amanda Brock, chief executive officer for Water Standard, said at Bloomberg’s Oil & Gas Conference in Houston.