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  • Joy Global will replace Allegheny Energy in the S&P 500, once Allegheny's acquisition by FirstEnergy is approved.

    Just Ask S&P How Large A Large Cap Must Be

  • FirstEnergy, based in Akron, Ohio, said it will put the regional headquarters in the Maryland territory served by Allegheny's Potomac Edison subsidiary.

    Army to review acquisition process

  • FirstEnergy also would assume $3.8 billion of Allegheny's debt.

    FirstEnergy to Buy Power Rival Allegheny

  • The advisories across Pennsylvania has expired but you get up into the Allegheny's, you still might see a little bit of that wintery mix and then we are looking at parts of upstate New York, just south of Albany.

    CNN Transcript Dec 13, 2009

  • With plenty of cash on hand and its production sold out through the fall, Allegheny's stock price could shoot up to $30 in 1995.

    Investing In The Raw

  • Mr. Walton says his compensation was on par with the rest of Allegheny's executive team last year.

    Even in HR, Women's Pay Lags Men's

  • He points out that all of Allegheny's product categories--such as titanium, nickel-based alloys and tungsten, for example--are experiencing strong global demand.

    Longbow Research's Chris Olin

  • Digging deeper into Allegheny's options configuration, we find that options players have largely ignored the stock's out-of-the-money strikes, possibly in the belief that the security doesn't have the power to rally much higher.

    Strength In Steel

  • Many of Old Allegheny's men were barefoot; his prisoners were well-shod.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • Allegheny's tears started, she turned suddenly and hid her face in her hands.

    Flowing Gold

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