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August 19, 1999 | From Associated Press
The battle for Reynolds Metals Inc. became a bit more complicated as Alcan Aluminium Ltd. disclosed it has no plans to bid for the whole company, but would be interested if Reynolds decided to sell some assets. Pittsburgh-based Alcoa Inc., the largest aluminum producer, has made a hostile bid worth $65 a share, or about $4.2 billion, for Reynolds, the nation's third-largest aluminum company.
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August 19, 1999 | From Associated Press
The battle for Reynolds Metals Inc. became a bit more complicated as Alcan Aluminium Ltd. disclosed it has no plans to bid for the whole company, but would be interested if Reynolds decided to sell some assets. Pittsburgh-based Alcoa Inc., the largest aluminum producer, has made a hostile bid worth $65 a share, or about $4.2 billion, for Reynolds, the nation's third-largest aluminum company.
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September 1, 1997 | ANNE GEARAN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
John De Lorean's dream of selling a new breed of car to Americans hit the skids in 1982, and, since then, few independents have dared to compete with the big three auto makers. But a former real estate developer with no experience in the car business is building an all-aluminum sports utility vehicle and plans to start selling it in the United States next year.
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