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VECO rank and file not affected, attorney says

Roughly half the 4,000 people employed by VECO Corp. worldwide work here in Alaska, and many are likely concerned by recent events that included the company?s CEO and a vice president...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/050907/news_0509new002.shtml
News
Kohring should do the right thing and step down

...seated legislator to be indicted for bribery and extortion involving alleged shady dealings with oil services company VECO Corp. Former House members Pete Kott of Eagle River and Bruce Weyhrauch of Juneau face similar charges as does Tom Anderson...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/052707/oped_0527ope001.shtml
Opinion
Senator brings buddy to Homer

...Center on Thursday, neither spoke of an ongoing FBI investigation of Stevens' ties to the oil field services company Veco Corp., or of numerous recent stories in the media of corruption among Alaska's congressional delegation. The mood, instead...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/081907/news_3502.shtml
Kivalina unlikely center for odd Alaska news year

...from maneuverings surrounding a 2006 oil tax vote in the state Legislature. The government's star witness, former VECO Corp. president, Bill Allen, completed his own prison sentence, convicted of bribing the lawmakers. Loeffler said there...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-12-31/kivalina-unlikely-center-for-odd-ala
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Ted Stevens obituary

...Stevens' standing in Alaska was hurt by allegations he accepted a bonanza of home renovations and fancy trimmings from VECO Corp., a powerful oil field services contractor, and then lied about it on congressional disclosure documents. Indicted...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/081010/new_693175266.shtml
News
Are PFD days numbered?

...last summer already has resulted in bribery indictments against three state lawmakers and guilty pleas from two former VECO Corp. executives who are now cooperating with federal investigators. A fourth state lawmaker has already been convicted of...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/080107/news_3276.shtml
Who are the 'Faces of ACES'?: Industry's advertising campaign centers on new hires, execs

...was laid off sometime last year, the Alliance said. Colorado-based CH2M Hill bought out the operations of the former VECO Corp., and is one of the state's largest contractors to the oil industry. Company spokesman John Corsi declined to confirm...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/021410/new_563041572.shtml
News
Cowdery needs to take just one more step: down

...chairman of the Legislative Council. Cowdery is under indictment and accused of bribery and conspiracy for scheming with VECO Corp. executives Bill Allen and Rick Smith to buy the vote of an un-named senator on oil tax legislation. The 78-year-old...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072508/ope_259071232.shtml
Will indictment jeopardize Alaska's future?

...live jeopardize his legacy by failing to disclose more than $250,000 in home renovations and other gifts received from VECO Corp. and its top executives? Alaskans can only speculate. Whatever the outcome of the indictment, it doesn't change...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/080108/ope_260030623.shtml
Oil company cutbacks force layoffs

...fallen 23 percent to 336 employees since 1995 while adding some contract workers. Now, contractors are facing cuts. Veco Corp. plans to lay off at 40 to 50 workers, said Val Malineaux, president of Veco Alaska Inc. Another 30 workers may be...

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