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September 11, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Horsham Seeks Merger With Trizec: The Toronto gold and oil holding company said it made the offer to Trizec Corp., in which it holds a 48% stake, in a deal that would create a real estate company with a market capitalization topping $1.5 billion. Toronto-based Trizec is one of North America's largest publicly traded real estate firms. Horsham Corp. also has stakes in Toronto-based Barrick Gold Corp., the world's third-biggest gold producer, and St. Louis-based refiner Clark USA Inc.
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September 11, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Horsham Seeks Merger With Trizec: The Toronto gold and oil holding company said it made the offer to Trizec Corp., in which it holds a 48% stake, in a deal that would create a real estate company with a market capitalization topping $1.5 billion. Toronto-based Trizec is one of North America's largest publicly traded real estate firms. Horsham Corp. also has stakes in Toronto-based Barrick Gold Corp., the world's third-biggest gold producer, and St. Louis-based refiner Clark USA Inc.
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August 25, 1994 | From Reuters
Fifty years ago, Peter Munk and his family were safely spirited out of German-occupied Budapest after his grandfather cut a deal with the Nazis. The past few months prove that the young Munk learned the lessons of his banker grandfather well. The urbane Hungarian, now 66, is one of the slickest deal makers in North America. He is the man behind the dual stellar fortunes of Horsham Corp., named after the English hometown of his wife, Melanie, and American Barrick Resources Corp.
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August 25, 1994 | From Reuters
Fifty years ago, Peter Munk and his family were safely spirited out of German-occupied Budapest after his grandfather cut a deal with the Nazis. The past few months prove that the young Munk learned the lessons of his banker grandfather well. The urbane Hungarian, now 66, is one of the slickest deal makers in North America. He is the man behind the dual stellar fortunes of Horsham Corp., named after the English hometown of his wife, Melanie, and American Barrick Resources Corp.
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February 2, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Chevron Reopens Bidding on Texas Refinery: The San Francisco-based oil company has reopened talks to sell its Port Arthur refinery to St. Louis-based Clark Refining & Marketing Co., according to officials with both companies. A source close to the negotiations said Chevron Corp. has also fielded inquiries from other potential bidders for the 185,000 barrel-a-day refinery. A Chevron spokeswoman declined to comment on the progress of negotiations.
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February 6, 1995 | From Reuters
Chevron Corp. has reinstated its estimated $199-million agreement to sell its Port Arthur, Tex., fuels refinery to Clark Refining & Marketing Inc. Chevron said Saturday that the agreement now calls for completion of the sale by Feb. 27. Last month, Chevron ended an agreement to sell the refinery after Clark, a unit of Toronto-based Horsham Corp., was unable to obtain financing for the deal.
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