Market capitalization rises by $7.6B

Chamberlain, Janice
March 2002
Furniture/Today;3/4/2002 Supplement, Vol. 26, p26
Trade Publication
Reports the rise of market capitalization of companies in North Carolina. Determination of market capitalization through stock price and number of shares; Flexibility of the company to pursue acquisition; Reports on the decrease of capitalization from a number of companies.


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