Sikora, Martin
February 2000
Mergers & Acquisitions: The Dealermaker's Journal;Feb2000, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p49
The article provides information on the economic conditions in the United States in the year 1999. Initial public offerings were introduced by companies. Major spin-offs were made by Arch Chemicals Inc.; and Watts Industries Inc.; ACX Technologies Inc. Major name changes linked to M&A and restructuring were made by ABC Rail Products, Allegheny Teledyne, Anchor Gaming, Cincinnati Bell, and Exxon Corp., and Tenneco Inc. Top self-tenders of 1999 by dollar value list Cendant Corp., Limited Inc., Du Pont Co., Building One Services Corp., Conectiv Inc., and Gartner Group.


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