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greenbrier:

see smilaxsmilax,
common name for a florists' plant of two separate genera (Asparagus and Smilax), both of the family Liliaceae (lily family, although some botanists recognize smilax as a separate family, the Similacaceae).
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19 December 2012 - US railroad equipment specialist The Greenbrier Companies Inc (NYSE:GBX) has turned down a conditional takeover proposal by Carl Icahna[euro](tm)s American Railcar Industries Inc (NASDAQ:ARII) saying that the offered cash price of USD20.
However, Greenbrier would be interested in buying American Railcar at a small premium, given the valuation of the latter's stock, as its board sees a combination to potentially generate significant synergies and benefit both companies shareholders.
Icahn is also the largest shareholder of Greenbrier after last month he disclosed a 9.
James Cowan, senior vice president & president, Greenbrier International, will be a featured speaker at the conference where he will discuss the topic, "Freight Rail Efficiency and Innovation".
Auto Business News-January 8, 2018--The Greenbrier Companies reports Q1 fiscal 2017 financial results
This comes after the companys expansion through a strategic wagon supply and maintenance partnership with The Greenbrier Companies which was concluded in June.
15 million next year to help fund a building addition at Greenbrier Elementary and various districtwide life safety upgrades.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 4, 2017-The Greenbrier Clinic announces partnership with WVU Medicine
M2 PHARMA-September 4, 2017-The Greenbrier Clinic announces partnership with WVU Medicine
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-July 11, 2017-AT&T boosts service at Greenbrier Classic
6 June 2017 - The merger of Oregon-based railroad freight car maker The Greenbrier Companies, Inc.
The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs reopened about noon to a steady stream of paying guests, said front door valet dispatcher Margaret Bennett.