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Avista Corporation: Hydro One to Acquire Avista to Create Growing North American Utility Leader with C$31.2 Billion in Enterprise Value

TORONTO, ONTARIO and SPOKANE, WASHINGTON — (Marketwired) — 07/19/17 — Highlights: Establishes one of North America’s largest regulated utilities with over C$32.2 billion (US$25.4 billion) in assets and a leader in electricity transmission and distribution as well as natural gas local distribution businesses Expands into complementary and diversified regulated assets, inclusive of natural gas local distribution The transaction will be ...

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Hydro One to Acquire Avista to Create Growing North American Utility Leader with C$31.2 Billion in

Hydro One and Avista combined create a top 20 North American utility focused on regulated transmission as well as electricity and natural gas local distribution Highlights: Establishes one of North America’s largest regulated utilities with over C$32.2 billion (US$25.4 billion) in assets and a leader in electricity transmission and distribution as well as natural gas local distribution businesses Expands into ...

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Hydro One to Acquire Avista to Create Growing North American Utility Leader with C$31.2 Billion in Enterprise Value

Hydro One and Avista combined create a top 20 North American utility focused on regulated transmission as well as electricity and natural gas local distribution TORONTO, ONTARIO and SPOKANE, WASHINGTON–(Marketwired – July 19, 2017) – Highlights: Establishes one of North America’s largest regulated utilities with over C$32.2 billion (US$25.4 billion) in assets and a leader in electricity transmission and distribution ...

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Time for Plan B – News – seacoastonline.com

By Jim Carter Inspired by the success of the bicycle-sharing business, Zhao Shupeng recently founded a similar business with umbrellas — rentable for a $2.79 deposit plus 7 cents per hour — at strategic locations in 11 cities in China. Good news: The public loved the service. The bad: They failed to return nearly 300,000 umbrellas, costing the business ...

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Federal Street Acquisition Corp. Announces Pricing of $400,000,000 Initial Public Offering

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Federal Street Acquisition Corp. (the “Company”), a newly organized blank check company formed for the purpose of effecting a merger, capital stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganization or similar business combination with one or more businesses, today announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 40,000,000 units at a price of $10.00 per unit. The units will ...

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Bentley Named a ’Best College for Business Majors’ by Money Magazine

At Bentley, “The business coursework and hands-on experience appear to translate into high salaries,” Money reported. “Recent grads report earning an average of $61,400, more than 22 percent higher than the average salary of their counterparts at similar, business-oriented schools.” Bentley was also ranked among the 43 Colleges That Add the Most Value based on its graduation rate, the earnings ...

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Tinder Meets YouTube, Harvard Swipes Right

For about four years, China’s Momo Inc. bumbled along as yet another dating app provider. Then something happened to make even the world’s biggest university endowment swipe right. Similar to Tinder, Momo offered users the chance to find people nearby, check out their pics and profiles, and make a choice whether to pass or play. It wasn’t a bad business. ...

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Woman stole £600k from her parents’ company to fund husband’s rival firm

Mrs Purchase stole money from her parents’ company (Picture: Facebook/ Aimee Purchase) A woman who stole £600,000 from her parents’ company has been jailed for fraud. Aimee Purchase, 36 and husband Rikki, 38, defrauded MI Engineering Ltd , an engineering company owned by her mum and dad Ian and Yvonne Skidmore. She stole the money from her parents, after Mr Purchase ...

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