November 18, 2006 |
The New York Mercantile Exchange's stock more than doubled in value in its first day of public trading Friday as investors eagerly snapped up the commodity futures exchange's initial public offering. Nymex Holdings Inc. closed at $132.99 a share after being sold at a higher-than-expected $59 late Thursday. The stock opened at $120 on Friday morning on the New York Stock Exchange and rose as high as $152.
July 18, 2006 |
Amid surging energy prices, the owner of the world's largest energy futures marketplace wants to go public. Nymex Holdings Inc., parent of the New York Mercantile Exchange, said it planned to sell $250 million of stock in an initial public offering. The long-expected announcement was in a filing the company made with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday.
February 1, 2007 |
Floyd Mayweather Sr., replaced as Oscar De La Hoya's trainer a day earlier, said Wednesday that his $2-million demand to prepare De La Hoya to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. was legitimate, not excessive. "Oscar told me he wasn't going to pay it," Mayweather said. "I told him, 'Find someone else, have a good day.' If you want me to help you destroy my son, you're going to pay me. And pay me well." Mayweather Sr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1990 |
A Redondo Beach woman will spend her 75th birthday in jail today, arrested along with a doctor for investigation of murder in the overdose death of her ailing husband, police said. Mary Seifert was arrested Sunday morning at her Redondo Beach home, where she slept on a cot next to the hospital bed where her 79-year-old husband had died the morning before. Dr. Richard Schaeffer, 69, Melvin Seifert's longtime physician, was arrested at his home in Rolling Hills Estates, police said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 6, 1991 |
Prosecutors have decided not to file murder charges against a Redondo Beach woman and doctor they had suspected of mercy killing in the death of the woman's 79-year-old husband last year. Mary Seifert and Dr. Richard Schaeffer have maintained that they were only trying to ease the pain of Seifert's husband, Melvin, when Schaeffer administered an injection of a sedative on Oct. 27, 1990.