Investors: Split Westinghouse

Barr, Paul G.
June 1996
Pensions & Investments;6/24/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 13, p1
Reports on the plans of Westinghouse Electric Corp.'s plan to split the company into separate broadcasting and industrial business. Reactions from institutional investors and analysts; Value of the two halves; Market's skepticism on the efforts to restructure the company.


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