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Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway filed for bankruptcy after the horrific derailment of one of its trains in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, killed an estimated 47 people. A company’s accountability for a catastrophe can often be measured by the impact on its share price. These corporations - some more than others - were punished for their complicity in calamities.

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