Berkley Rate Increases Fuel Robust Q2 Net Income and Premiums Written
* For all of 2018, W.R.
Berkley reported $640.7 million in net income, or $5 per diluted share, up from $549 million in net income, or $4.26 million per diluted share in 2017.
Shares of W.R.
Grace (GRA) have continued to move higher and built upside momentum after traders circulated chatter that Honeywell (HON) may be interested in acquiring the company.
Environmental Protection Agency has reached a legal settlement with W.R.
Recycling of Cabo Rojo, the owner and operator of an auto crushing and scrap recycling business, resolving alleged violations of federal hazardous waste law, reports News Is My Business (July 10, 2014).
The EPA has reached a legal settlement with W.R.
Recycling of Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico, resolving alleged violations of federal hazardous waste law.
The Indian executives, a 32-year-old merchant W.R.
and a 36-year-old sales executive S.O., were said to have used an iron bar to break the door, enter the shop and carry out the heist on January 4.
The bank was sold to Connecticut Community Bank N.A., a bank controlled by W.R.
has been named president and chief operating officer of W.R.
"It baffles the mind, but it's true." What baffles Reich, decades later, is the knowledge that those rock piles were the by-product of processing vermiculite ore mined by W.R.
Grace & Company in Libby, Montana--vermiculite that is now known to contain asbestos, the fiber linked to a host of serious health problems, including asbestosis, mesothelioma and lung cancer.
There are even implications that close ties between W.R.
Grace CEO J.
Grace & Co has filed a motion with the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware seeking authorization to acquire Alltech International Holdings According to the motion, the Separations Group, a W.R.
Grace subsidiary, would acquire Alltech for $47 million in cash and the assumption of $7.8 million in outstanding debt in a combined stock and purchase merger transactonn.
The July 7 cover of Western Report (W.R.
), the weekly news magazine out of Edmonton, portrayed a snoozing bishop with the words: "See no evil: Canada's somnolent Catholic bishops capitulate on gay rights to cover up a same-sex spousal benefits deal with the victims of their homosexual priests." The four-page feature story was headed: "The treason of the clerics.