Pittsburgh's suit against utilities' merger suffers setback

Demenchuk, Michael
December 1997
Bond Buyer;12/04/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30285, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Judge Robert C. Mitchell recommended that the suit to block the merger of DQE Incorporated and Allegheny Power Systems Incorporated by Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy, be dismissed. Reason for the judge's recommendation; Circumstances surrounding the suit; Comments from spokeswoman for DQE, Terri Glueck.


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