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    Loews, Seeking a Business That Can't Be Disrupted, Pays .2 Billion to Buy Bain Container Business Loews Corp. on Tuesday said it reached a $1.2 billion deal with Bain Capital Private Equity to buy a packaging business it sees as immune to disruption by technology. Consolidated Container Co., an Atlanta-based maker of rigid plastic such as packaging for

    Met Coal Surges Past 0 Toward Record on Australia Outages Morgan Stanley says “panic buying” has helped double the price of premium hard coking coal over the past eight sessions after rain from the remnants of cyclone Debbie flooded rail lines and halted deliveries to export ports. Prices were unchanged at $

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    United's stock is falling 3.7% and wiping 0 million off the airline's market cap Shares in United Continental Holdings Inc. were falling 3.7% in morning action on Tuesday, as the airline continued to draw flak for having a passenger forcibly dragged off a plane Sunday. If the carrier’s stock is that much lower at the closing bell

    Former Cincinnati school transformed into (really cool) apartments: PHOTOS Core Redevelopment has been busy in Cincinnati. The Indianapolis-based real estate company already renovated the former School for Creative and Performing Arts in Pendleton into Alumni Lofts. Now, it’s just finishing up work on the former Windsor

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