Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company KBR Inc. (NYSE: KBR) announced Monday morning that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Wyle for $570 million, including a $30 million tax benefit adjustment and subject to further customary adjustments for Wyle’s cash and debt. 201 more words
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May 17, 2016—Why did Hillary smile when gun owners were called terrorists? Independent of any liberal excuse for (excuse to think like a conquered loser about) the action, one can’t help but wonder why we should be confronted and bothered by news like this. 1,465 more words
(2015-10-10) BP has agreed to offtake LNG from Eni’s planned 2.5 mtpa FLNG project in Mozambique. Interfax understands that under the deal – which is not yet binding – the UK oil major has secured the LNG on an oil-linked, free-on-board basis, at prices competitive with cheap exports that will be coming out of the United States. 761 more words
This is the “wink” photograph, a shot of LBJ receiving a wink from his political Mentor Congressman Albert Thomas (back left with bow tie) after the swearing-in, the day John F Kennedy was murdered in Dallas. 35 more words
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Private military contractor Kellogg Brown and Root is suing 12 National Guard veterans for $850,000 in legal fees that the company has incurred through defending a suit brought by the 12 for damages related to service on behalf of the company while in Iraq.