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ON SEMICONDUCTOR AGAIN EXTENDS TENDER OFFER FOR FAIRCHILD US-based chipmaker ON Semiconductor Corp. has again extended its tender offer to purchase all of the outstanding shares of common stock of US-based chipmaker Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc. for USD 20.00 per share in cash, this time until 18 August, the company said. All other terms and conditions of the offer remain unchanged."/>
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Caterpillar Inc. vice president said. "It's a challenge to move when the market is so down," Tom Bluth said in an exclusive interview with the Star. "But now is the time because we're at the lowest employment level.""/>
Red carpet at all levels lured Caterpillar to Tucson [The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson]
Caterpillar in Peoria and falling farm income are having a ripple effect on the west side of Springfield. GERMAN-BLISS EQUIPMENT plans to close at the end of the month after six years at 4151 W. Jefferson St., just west of Veterans Parkway. The local dealership has eight employees."/>
Local Business Notes: German-Bliss cites Caterpillar cuts, farm economy in local store closing [The State Journal-Register, Springfield, Ill.]
Daily Mail, London, business briefs column [Daily Mail, London]
CMPI Dialogue revisits Africa's plan to quit ICC
Dixon workers recognized [Daily Gazette, Sterling, Ill.]
Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Ingalls Shipbuilding division hosted a ceremony today for 51 graduates of the company’ s apprentice program. The class of 2016 students represents several classes of shipyard trades.. “When you applied for this program, you were choosing to start down a path to becoming an Ingalls leader,” Ingalls Shipbuilding President Brian Cuccias said to the graduating class.“ As graduate apprentices, your future is full of..."/>
PHOTO RELEASE--Ingalls Shipbuilding Celebrates Its 2016 Apprentice School Graduation
FuelCell Energy of Danbury was recognized in the Green Energy category, while The Network Support..."/>
Local tech companies make fastest-growing list [The Hour, Norwalk, Conn.]
FedEx Ground arrived in the Lehigh Valley three years ago with plans to build a $335 million plant on Allen Township fields that had been yielding corn for decades, even optimistic planners labeled the project a long shot to ever get built. That long shot hit pay dirt Friday, as some of the region's most influential leaders gathered with Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf for a ceremonial groundbreaking of what will be the largest FedEx Ground package-sorting..."/>
Gov. Wolf helps nation's biggest FedEx plant break ground in Allen [The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.)]

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