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November 9, 1991
Bisco Industries Inc., a distributor of nuts and bolts and electronic components, said Friday it has made a revised bid of $6.50 a share for competitor RB&W Corp. in Mentor, Ohio. The offer, which includes $4.75 a share in cash and $1.75 a share in preferred stock, is lower than a $7-a-share Bisco bid in May. The latest offer adds up to $34.5 million plus the assumption of $32.5 million in debt, or $67 million. Bisco spokesman Jay Conzen said the reduced offer is $2.
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BUSINESS
November 9, 1991
Bisco Industries Inc., a distributor of nuts and bolts and electronic components, said Friday it has made a revised bid of $6.50 a share for competitor RB&W Corp. in Mentor, Ohio. The offer, which includes $4.75 a share in cash and $1.75 a share in preferred stock, is lower than a $7-a-share Bisco bid in May. The latest offer adds up to $34.5 million plus the assumption of $32.5 million in debt, or $67 million. Bisco spokesman Jay Conzen said the reduced offer is $2.
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BUSINESS
April 2, 1991 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bisco Industries Inc., a distributor of fasteners used in the aerospace and electronics industries, and its president have acquired a 5.4% stake in an Ohio-based fastener manufacturer, and may make a bid for the entire company. Glen F. Cieley, president of Bisco Industries, said he and the company have paid between $1.1 million and $1.4 million to acquire 285,000 shares of RB&W Corp. in Mentor, Ohio. Bisco paid between $4 and $5.25 a share for the stock.
BUSINESS
April 2, 1991 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bisco Industries Inc., a distributor of fasteners used in the aerospace and electronics industries, and its president have acquired a 5.4% stake in an Ohio-based fastener manufacturer, and may make a bid for the entire company. Glen F. Cieley, president of Bisco Industries, said he and the company have paid between $1.1 million and $1.4 million to acquire 285,000 shares of RB&W Corp. in Mentor, Ohio. Bisco paid between $4 and $5.25 a share for the stock.
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June 24, 1991
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