Chesapeake shares fall on loan story

Investor ire: Chesapeake shares plummet after report on McClendon loan scheme

Shares in Chesapeake Energy fell nearly 10% on Wednesday after a Reuters report that chief executive Aubrey McClendon had borrowed as much as $1.1 billion over the last three years against his stake in thousands of company wells.

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