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January 1, 1987
Pullman-Peabody Co. said it dropped its bid to buy Joy Manufacturing Co., which has agreed instead to be purchased by an investor group for $35 a share, or $620 million. Pittsburgh-based Joy is a maker of oil field and petroleum equipment and coal mining machinery. Pullman-Peabody, which supplies material-handling and food service equipment, had launched a $31-a-share tender offer for Joy on Dec. 2, and later proposed to sweeten the bid to $34 a share.
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December 31, 1986 | Associated Press
Many of Wall Street's high-priced lawyers are spending the holidays skiing in Colorado or sunning in the Caribbean. John D'Alimonte isn't with them. D'Alimonte, a partner in the law firm Willkie, Farr & Gallagher, specializes in helping companies with mergers and acquisitions. And right now he has little time for his family, never mind a vacation. D'Alimonte, 43, is not alone.
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