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    1. Passive or Active?

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      Mon, 28 Oct 2013

      indexes. Management would be correct in picking PepsiCo PEP rather than Coca-Cola KO, then would miscalculate in overweighting Texaco at the expense of Gulf, so that the stock decisions mostly canceled each other out. So, the funds ended up behaving very

    2. Icahn Responds to Transocean, Focuses on Stock Price and Icahn-Led Activist Successes

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      Wed, 17 Apr 2013

      success with energy investments and activism in general. Notable successes include Chesapeake, CVI Energy, Kerr-McGee, and Texaco in the 1980s. We were disappointed to learn that Icahn did not address any of the more fundamental challenges to his shareholder

    3. Valero Bolsters Portfolio with Acquisition of Chevron Refinery

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      Fri, 11 Mar 2011

      four major product pipelines, 11 fuel terminals, a 14,000 barrel per day aviation fuels business, and more than 1,000 Texaco -branded wholesale sites. In addition, Valero will acquire working capital worth about $1 billion, though that amount could

    4. Valero Acquires Chevron Refinery

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      Fri, 11 Mar 2011

      four major product pipelines, 11 fuel terminals, a 14,000 barrel-per-day aviation fuels business and more than 1,000 Texaco -branded wholesale sites. In addition, Valero will acquire working capital worth about $1 billion, though that amount could

    5. Judgment Against Chevron Unlikely To Be End of Lawsuit

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      Wed, 16 Feb 2011

      the amount to double if the company does not publicly apologize within 15 days. The judgment stems from a lawsuit alleging Texaco , acquired by Chevron in 2001, polluted and damaged the country's rain forest during its time operating there from 1965 to

    6. Ultrapar under Review

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      Thu, 14 Aug 2008

      announced acquisition of Chevron's CVX Texaco -branded fuels marketing business in ..... transaction represents a multiple of 7.9 times Texaco 's year-to-date earnings before interest ..... amortization (EBITDA) run rate. Combining the Texaco operations with Ultrapar's recently

    7. Our Take on the Conoco-Burlington Deal

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      Mon, 19 Dec 2005

      aggressive bet on natural-gas prices. This is the largest deal in the industry since Conoco and Phillips, and Chevron CVX and Texaco got together back in 2001. It also marks one the richest acquisitions during the recent industry boom, by our calculations

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