News bites: Iran hacks U.S. energy firms, big pay day for Chesapeake chief, and more

Chesapeake Energy Corp. is paying new CEO Doug Lawler more than $22 million this year, the Houston Chronicle notes.

A Chicago-based commodities trading company sued BP, Royal Dutch Shell and Statoil in response to a probe by European authorities regarding potential price manipulation, according to Reuters.

The Associated Press explains the latest development in California Gov. Jerry Brown's (D) "climate change crusade."

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