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Lowe's confirms non-binding proposal to RONA Board to acquire RONA for C ...
MOORESVILLE, NC, July 31, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Lowe's Companies Inc. (NYSE: LOW) ("Lowe's" or the "Company") confirmed today that it has made a non-binding proposal to the Board of Directors of Canadian home improvement and hardware retailer ...
Lowe's Rona takeover offer could spur 'long and unpredictable game ...  National Post
Quebec eyes buying Rona shares to block Lowe's  Globe and Mail
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Lowe's Companies Crosses Below Key Moving Average Level
In trading on Thursday, shares of Lowe's Companies Inc (NYSE: LOW) crossed below their 200 day moving average of $26.57, changing hands as low as $25.90 per share.
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Lowe's plans 175 contact center jobs
Lowe's Companies Inc. announced Thursday that it is adding up to 175 full-time jobs at the company's customer support center near the intersection of U.S.
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Air Canada's discount carrier seen boosting tourism
Rivals such as WestJet Airlines Ltd. and tour operators Transat A.T. Inc. and Sunwing Travel Group have been eroding Air Canada's traffic to sun destinations, said National Bank Financial Inc. analyst Cameron Doerksen. �ACPA's greater challenge is not ...
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Stock hunt, sector by sector, turns up dandy dozen
Keep in mind that the Canadian stock market is thick with resource and financial service companies, but relatively sparse in areas such as technology and consumer products.
Warm Winter Payback Is The Other Weather Story Hitting Big Companies
Among the losers in all this are the home centers: Home Depot and Lowe's. "Categories such as tractors, live goods, fertilizers and irrigation products are likely being negatively impacted by the drought," writes Deutsche Bank analyst Mike Baker.
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For refreshingly steady growth, grab a Coke
In a 1996 paper, David Ikenberry of Rice University studied the short and long-term returns of 1,275 U.S. companies that split their stock two-for-one from 1975 to 1990.
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A smart home, brought to you by Lowe's
Telcos, cable companies, startups and Internet giants are all looking to make your home smarter - so why not a big box retailer?
Use your phone to talk to your house  CNET
Lowe's and AlertMe: Home Automation for Sale, for $179 and Up  Greentech Media (blog)
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Tax Break Nears End For Online Shoppers
"Having one of the most recognized and widely popular Republican leaders take this position gives other politicians comfort that the online sales tax is fair and helps state budgets in crisis," said Scott Mason, a vice president at Lowe's Cos. The ...
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Say What You Want About Him, But JCPenney CEO Ron Johnson Isn't Afraid Of ...
He went on stage to be interviewed in front of everybody at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen even as his company's numbers looked bleaker than ever. Fortune's Jennifer Reingold didn't go easy on him either, but he answered her inquiries ...
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