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December 22, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Rohm & Haas Co., a Philadelphia-based specialty chemicals maker, agreed to buy LeaRonal Inc. for $460 million to expand its production of high-profit materials used in printed-circuit boards and semiconductors. The $34-a-share offer represents a premium of about 27% over LeaRonal's Friday closing share price of $26.81. LeaRonal, based in Freeport, N.Y., makes products used in making semiconductor packaging, printed circuit boards, electronic connectors and metal plating.
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December 22, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Rohm & Haas Co., a Philadelphia-based specialty chemicals maker, agreed to buy LeaRonal Inc. for $460 million to expand its production of high-profit materials used in printed-circuit boards and semiconductors. The $34-a-share offer represents a premium of about 27% over LeaRonal's Friday closing share price of $26.81. LeaRonal, based in Freeport, N.Y., makes products used in making semiconductor packaging, printed circuit boards, electronic connectors and metal plating.
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February 16, 1991 | MARLA CONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A major chemical manufacturer has paid a $407,302 fine to settle a complaint alleging that it illegally accepted, stored and treated cyanide and other hazardous wastes for six years, state health officials said Friday. LeaRonal Inc., a New York-based firm that has operated a plant at 642 W. Nicholas Ave. since 1983, had been charged with 15 violations of state hazardous waste laws. The firm manufactures products for the metal-finishing industry.
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February 16, 1991 | MARLA CONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A major chemical manufacturer has paid a $407,302 fine to settle a complaint alleging that it illegally accepted, stored and treated cyanide and other hazardous wastes for six years, state health officials said Friday. LeaRonal Inc., a New York-based firm that has operated a plant at 642 W. Nicholas Ave. since 1983, had been charged with 15 violations of state hazardous waste laws. The firm manufactures products for the metal-finishing industry.
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April 12, 1991 | MARY HELEN BERG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In response to citizens' concerns about companies that handle hazardous waste, the City Council has voted unanimously to initiate an "urgency ordinance" that would require new treatment or storage facilities to obtain conditional-use permits.
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April 30, 1991 | MARY HELEN BERG
An "urgency ordinance" approved unanimously by the City Council will require new businesses that handle hazardous waste from outside facilities to obtain conditional use permits. The ordinance, approved last week, is a temporary measure to regulate companies that store or treat hazardous waste from other sites. The only business in the city now affected by the ordinance is LeaRonal Inc., a New York-based firm that operates a plant at 642 W. Nicholas Ave.
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May 3, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Blue chip stocks rose Monday, but the broader market was lower as worries about inflation and higher interest rates cast a negative pall over trading. The Dow Jones index of 30 industrials rose 10.94 to 2,043.27 and Big Board volume came to 136.47 million shares, against 135.62 million in the previous session. But declining issues outnumbered advances by more than 4 to 3 in New York Stock Exchange-listed trading, with 617 up, 875 down and 488 unchanged. Larger-than-expected rises in U.S.
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