Today marks one year since the Deepwater oil rig exploded, leaking oil into the Gulf. More than half a million people say that BP owes them money, and many of them say the compensation process is unfair and is taking too long.
Kenneth Feinberg's history of mediation made him a logical choice to administer the $20 billion escrow fund for victims of BP's oil spill. New York Times finance reporter Louise Story has been following Feinberg's career for some time.
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