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April 30, 1988 | Associated Press
Corning Glass Works, the nation's leading maker of cookware, said Friday that it has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Revere Ware Inc., the second-largest manufacturer of range-top cookware. Corning said the acquisition would be made in cash, but spokesman Eugene Saunders would not comment on a report that the price was $120 million. Revere Ware, a Clinton, Ill.-based maker of stainless steel and copper cookware, is a subsidiary of the privately held Revere Copper and Brass Inc.
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April 30, 1988 | Associated Press
Corning Glass Works, the nation's leading maker of cookware, said Friday that it has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Revere Ware Inc., the second-largest manufacturer of range-top cookware. Corning said the acquisition would be made in cash, but spokesman Eugene Saunders would not comment on a report that the price was $120 million. Revere Ware, a Clinton, Ill.-based maker of stainless steel and copper cookware, is a subsidiary of the privately held Revere Copper and Brass Inc.
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December 3, 1987 | MINNIE BERNARDINO, Times Staff Writer
Increased sales of gourmet foods have spawned an interest in newer domestic and imported culinary appliances. Competition among manufacturers is intense, with brand names galore. When a new product clicks, such as the miniature food grinder, a line of "me-toos" are on trail in no time. This broader selection eases the task of selecting a present for a gourmet friend or relative. (Unless you're a fickle buyer, of course.
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