All This And Free Tupperware, TooBy
Buy one, take two? Such a deal is in the offing, say some pros, from Premark International (PMI), which will soon spin off its profitable Tupperware division. Now at 56, shares of Premark, a diversified maker of consumer products with sales of $3.6 billion, have been inching up as more investors begin to recognize that, after the split, Tupperware alone could fetch 50.
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