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September 12, 2000 | Reuters
France's Verrerie Cristallerie d'Arques, the world's largest glass and crystal manufacturer, agreed to buy Mikasa Inc., a U.S. dinnerware and crystal maker, for about $280 million, the companies said. The French company, a subsidiary of J.G. Durand Industries, offered $16.50 a share for Mikasa, based in Secaucus, N.J. Mikasa shares rose $6.31 to close at $16.06 on the New York Stock Exchange. Mikasa's top executives, who agreed to vote their combined 54.
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September 12, 2000 | Reuters
France's Verrerie Cristallerie d'Arques, the world's largest glass and crystal manufacturer, agreed to buy Mikasa Inc., a U.S. dinnerware and crystal maker, for about $280 million, the companies said. The French company, a subsidiary of J.G. Durand Industries, offered $16.50 a share for Mikasa, based in Secaucus, N.J. Mikasa shares rose $6.31 to close at $16.06 on the New York Stock Exchange. Mikasa's top executives, who agreed to vote their combined 54.
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