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DOW

(Direct OverWrite) See magneto-optic disk.
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That may make the Dow swing more wildly over the short run, he added.
To say Dow hasn't suffered currency or credit losses is not to say the company has escaped unscathed by the dollar's recent strength; price cuts caused by the strong dollar cost Dow $400 million in revenue in the first quarter of 1998, and $500 million in the second.
Dow Corning today also announced a number of changes on its board of directors.
These characteristics, along with very good electrical properties and lack of moisture sensitivity, could make SPS potentially competitive--in both price and performance--with engineering resins like thermoplastic polyesters, nylon, and perhaps even PPS, Dow and Idemitsu say.
NEW YORK -- Dow Jones Indexes, Wilshire Associates and Wells Real Estate Funds today announced the launch of Wells' newest mutual fund, the first licensed to track the Dow Jones Wilshire Global Real Estate Securities Index.
Declining profit and a cyclical slump in chemical prices put Union Carbide in the market for a partner, and Dow is counting on trimming its already low costs even further to help it compete in a rapidly consolidating market.
For these, Dow coined a marketing name of "plastomers," meaning they're rubbery but more rigid than elastomers.
The newsletter will be provided with subscriptions to Dow Jones Capital Markets Report, the leading real-time news and information source of global debt and forex news, commentary and analysis.
The 4th District Court of Appeal, in a ruling made public Thursday, said that Dow Chemical and Corning Inc.
UNICCO has been providing cleaning services to Dow since 1988.
If history is any guide, your great-grandchildren may not have heard of 29 of today's companies in the widely watched Dow average.
Fitch has also affirmed Dow Jones' 'F2' short-term rating.