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  2. List of S&P 400 companies - Wikipedia

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    Selected past and announced changes to the list of S&P 400 components. S&P Dow Jones Indices updates the components of the S&P 400 periodically, typically in response to acquisitions, or to keep the index up to date as various companies grow or shrink in value.

  3. ASEA (American company) - Wikipedia

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    This article reads like a press release or a news article and may be largely based on routine coverage. Please expand this article with properly sourced content to meet Wikipedia's quality standards, event notability guideline, or encyclopedic content policy.

  4. American Can Company - Wikipedia

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    In 1987 American Can announced that it would change its 86-year-old name to "Primerica". In 1988, Pechiney S.A., the French metal conglomerate, acquired Triangle Industries. At the time of the buyout, American National Can was the largest can company in the United States. Rexam acquired American National Can`s metal can business in 2000.

  5. List of United States insurance companies - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of insurance companies based in the United States.These are companies with a strong national or regional presence having insurance as their primary business.

  6. Southwestern Advantage - Wikipedia

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    Southwestern Advantage, formerly known as Southwestern Company, is an education material sales company based in Nashville, TN.Established in 1855, the privately-owned company recruits college and university students as independent contractors to sell educational books, apps, and website subscriptions door-to-door using direct selling methods.

  7. Kuhn, Loeb & Co. - Wikipedia

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    Kuhn, Loeb & Co. was an American multinational investment bank founded in 1867 by Abraham Kuhn and his brother-in-law Solomon Loeb. Under the leadership of Jacob H. Schiff, Loeb's son-in-law, it grew to be one of the most influential investment banks in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, financing America's expanding railways and growth companies, including Western Union and Westinghouse ...

  8. Bob Turley - Wikipedia

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    The company became Primerica Financial Services, and was later bought out by Citigroup in 1989. He retired from the business in 2001, and sold half of his business to his son and the other half to Lynn Webb, a senior national sales director. Later in his life, Turley resided in Blue Ridge, Georgia, and had a winter home on Marco Island, Florida.

  9. Tupperware Brands - Wikipedia

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    Tupperware Brands Corporation, formerly Tupperware Corporation, is an American multinational multi-level marketing company. Its main focus is kitchen and household products, and it is particularly known for its line of plastic containers for food storage and preparation.