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  2. Historical components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average, an American stock index composed of 30 large companies, has changed its components 57 times since its inception, on May 26, 1896. As this is a historical listing, the names here are the full legal name of the corporation on that date, with abbreviations and punctuation according to the corporation's own usage.

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  4. Swedish Match - Wikipedia

    Swedish Match AB is a Swedish multinational tobacco company headquartered in Stockholm.The company manufactures snus, nicotine pouches, moist snuff, tobacco- and nicotine-free pouch products, chewing tobacco, chew bags, tobacco bits, cigars, matches, and lighters, with operations in Sweden, Denmark, the United States, the Dominican Republic, Brazil, the Netherlands, and the Philippines.

  5. List of largest mergers and acquisitions - Wikipedia

    The $27.6 billion was made up of $107.50 per share in cash with the rest of the balance being paid in 225 million shares of Emerson stock. 85 2001 Prudential: American General: 26.5 40.6 Prudential's bid of $26.5 billion in stock was reduced to just over $20 billion when Prudential's shares plummeted after the announcement.

  6. Companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange (A)

    Stock name Symbol Country of origin A. O. Smith Corporation: AOS: US A10 Networks, Inc. ATEN: US AAC Holdings Inc. AAC: US AAR Corporation: AIR: US Aaron's Inc.

  7. Altria - Wikipedia

    Altria is the parent company of Philip Morris USA (producer of Marlboro cigarettes), John Middleton, Inc., U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company, Inc., and Philip Morris Capital Corporation. Altria also maintains large minority stakes in Belgium-based brewer AB InBev, the Canadian cannabis company Cronos Group, and the e-cigarette maker Juul.

  8. Mo - Wikipedia

    Altria Group, formerly Philip Morris (New York Stock Exchange symbol MO) Calm Air (IATA airline designator MO), an airline based in Thompson, Manitoba, Canada; Milicja Obywatelska, a state police institution in Poland from 1944 to 1990; Language. Mo (kana), Romanisation of the Japanese kana も and モ; Mo language (disambiguation)

  9. Category : Companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange

    Pages in category "Companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of approximately 1,444 total. This list may not reflect recent changes. (previous page)