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September 29, 1999 | From Reuters
Wells Fargo & Co. said Tuesday that it plans to buy brokerage Ragen MacKenzie Group Inc. in a $240-million deal that would boost its array of financial services. Under the deal, San Francisco-based Wells Fargo said it would issue $18.75 worth of its common stock for each common share of the Seattle-based brokerage. Based on the latest data that show 13 million outstanding shares at the end of June, the price tag is about $243 million.
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September 29, 1999 | From Reuters
Wells Fargo & Co. said Tuesday that it plans to buy brokerage Ragen MacKenzie Group Inc. in a $240-million deal that would boost its array of financial services. Under the deal, San Francisco-based Wells Fargo said it would issue $18.75 worth of its common stock for each common share of the Seattle-based brokerage. Based on the latest data that show 13 million outstanding shares at the end of June, the price tag is about $243 million.
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December 23, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Northwest Airlines Corp., the fourth-largest U.S. carrier, extended an alliance with No. 10 carrier Alaska Air Group Inc. in its latest attempt to boost business by working with other airlines. Northwest and Alaska Air will keep selling seats on each other's flights, a practice known as code sharing. The two airlines will also continue to link frequent-flier programs. Last month, Alaska Air also formed an alliance with AMR Corp.'s American Airlines, the No.
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August 3, 2000 | From Times Staff and Bloomberg News
Boeing Co. agreed Wednesday to buy Continental Graphics Corp., a privately held Los Angeles producer of aircraft technical readouts, to help bolster the aerospace giant's growing support services for commercial airplanes. Seattle-based Boeing's proposed purchase of Continental, the terms of which were not disclosed, would allow Boeing to sell more repair and parts management data to its airline customers.
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March 16, 2000 | By PETER ROBISON,
A 36-day strike by Boeing Co. engineers is causing delays in aircraft deliveries that have started to force some airlines to juggle schedules and fleet plans, Boeing and air carriers said Wednesday. Boeing is telling airlines to expect the slowdown to continue for at least a few more months because of the strike by the company's largest engineers union. The walkout has left the world's No.
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