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June 25, 1997
Wachovia Corp. said it will buy Central Fidelity Banks Inc. of Richmond, Va., for $2.3 billion in stock, a move that would make it Virginia's largest bank. . . . The New York Stock Exchange said it began quoting stock prices in sixteenths of a dollar Tuesday. . . . Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc. in Chicago has named Paul Hoffman, previously editor in chief of Walt Disney Co.'
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September 11, 2001 | Reuters
Utility holding company Dominion Resources Inc. said it will acquire Louis Dreyfus Natural Gas Corp. for nearly $1.8 billion in cash and stock to expand its energy trading business. The purchase of Louis Dreyfus, an exploration and production company, would increase Richmond, Va.-based Dominion's natural-gas reserves by 60% and help double its energy trading and sales volumes over the next three years.
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BUSINESS
September 11, 2001 | Reuters
Utility holding company Dominion Resources Inc. said it will acquire Louis Dreyfus Natural Gas Corp. for nearly $1.8 billion in cash and stock to expand its energy trading business. The purchase of Louis Dreyfus, an exploration and production company, would increase Richmond, Va.-based Dominion's natural-gas reserves by 60% and help double its energy trading and sales volumes over the next three years.
BUSINESS
June 25, 1997
Wachovia Corp. said it will buy Central Fidelity Banks Inc. of Richmond, Va., for $2.3 billion in stock, a move that would make it Virginia's largest bank. . . . The New York Stock Exchange said it began quoting stock prices in sixteenths of a dollar Tuesday. . . . Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc. in Chicago has named Paul Hoffman, previously editor in chief of Walt Disney Co.'
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June 8, 1993 | SCOT J. PALTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Texas oil company boosted its cash offer Monday for a troubled group of Prudential Securities oil and gas limited partnerships by $42.5 million to $508 million--a purchase price that still would leave investors with about $340 million in out-of-pocket losses. Parker & Parsley Petroleum said $491 million of the total would go to limited partners--the 137,000 thousand investors, many of them retirees, to whom Prudential sold partnership interests from 1983 to 1990.
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