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CAREMARK can hold its March 16 shareholder vote on the CVS offer, a Delaware judge ruled. Above, CVS' Tom Ryan, left, with Caremark's Mac Crawford, who would be chairman of  CVS/Caremark. /

Caremark vote on CVS deal to proceed;<br> Express Scripts boosts its...

Express Scripts Inc. (Nasdaq: ESRX) last night boosted its hostile takeover bid for Caremark Rx Inc. (NYSE: CMX).Express Scripts said it will raise...

Amtrol files Ch. 11 reorganization plan

WEST WARWICK – Amtrol Inc. says it has reached an important milestone in its Chapter 11 reorganization, with the filing by the company and...
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FM Global annual profit grows 16% to $737M

JOHNSTON – Commercial property insurer FM Global posted 2006 net income of $737 million, a 16-percent increase over the previous year’s $635 million.The policyholder...

Bankers report surge in mortgage applications

Mortgage applications last week surged to the highest level in nearly three months as interest rates fell, the Mortgage Bankers Association said in a...

Paulson predicts ‘solid growth, low inflation’

SEOUL, South Korea – U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson today played down concerns about the global sell-off that wiped out $3.3 trillion in equity...
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KBL approves Summer Infant acquisition

NEW YORK – KBL Healthcare Acquisition Corp. II stockholders approved the company’s acquisition of Summer Infant Inc. at a special meeting today. The...
U.S. TREASURY SECRETARY Henry Paulson, right, secretary, right, meets with Toshihiko Fukui,  governor of the Bank of Japan, today in Tokyo. /

Paulson: Bad mortgage debt will be limited

TOKYO – Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, on the first Japan trip since he took office, told reporters the U.S. financial sector is healthy and...
Warren Alpert, 86 /

Businessman, philanthropist<br> Warren Alpert dies at 86

Warren Alpert, whose Warren Equities Inc. is among the nation’s largest privately owned companies, died Saturday morning of a heart condition. He was 86....

Service industries slow in February, ISM finds

TEMPE, Ariz. – The Institute for Supply Management today said its index of non-manufacturing business fell to 54.3 in February from its January reading...

Central banks appear unlikely to cut rates

The selloff that has roiled the world’s markets for the past week has some investors hoping the central banks will react by loosening interest...
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