Just over a century ago, as oil was becoming the world’s most valuable and essential commodity, US regulators decided to use newly legislated powers to break up Standard Oil. It was the original oil “major”, and a huge and unaccountable enterprise often accused of monopolistic behaviour. Oil, argued the regulators – backed by US president Theodore Roosevelt – was too important to the economy to be controlled by one company.
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