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August 8, 2014
13:53 EDTDOWDow Chemical sodium division could sell for $200M, Reuters reports
Dow Chemical has received interest from private equity firms in buying its sodium borohydride unit for $200M, according to Reuters, citing sources familiar with the transaction. The potential sale comes as Dow Chemical looks to raise $4.5B-$6B in proceeds from the divestment of non-strategic assets and businesses by the end of FY15. Dow Chemical's sodium unit generates about $28M in EBITDA, Reuters added. Reference Link
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September 4, 2015
09:10 EDTDOWU.S. polyethylene producers at risk, says Cowen
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September 3, 2015
15:32 EDTDOWOptions Update; September 3, 2015
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10:56 EDTDOWStocks with call strike movement; DOW AAPL
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September 2, 2015
16:06 EDTDOWDow initiates exchange offer for chlorine value chain businesses
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12:33 EDTDOWOptions Update; September 2, 2015
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05:39 EDTDOWOlin Corp. upgraded to Neutral from Sell at UBS
UBS analyst John Roberts upgraded Olin Corp. (OLN) to Neutral saying shares should be supported by the 4% dividend yield and cost saves once the Reverse Morris Trust with Dow Chemical (DOW) is closed in early October. Roberts coupled the upgrade with a downgrade of Axiall (AXLL) to Sell.
August 27, 2015
08:08 EDTDOWDow AgroSciences, ICS-CAAS partner to accelerate rice research in China
Dow AgroSciences, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dow Chemical, has entered into a collaboration agreement with the Institute of Crop Sciences of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, or ICS-CAAS. Under the agreement, Dow AgroSciences grants ICS-CAAS a royalty-free, non-transferable research and commercialization license for its proprietary EXZACT Precision Genome Editing Technology to be used in rice in China. Dow AgroSciences and ICS-CAAS scientists will collaboratively develop an industry-leading rice genome editing technology platform. The EXZACT Precision Genome Editing Platform will enable ICS-CAAS scientists to capitalize on their significant investment and technical expertise in rice genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and cell biology as well as accelerate integration of the scientific knowledge generated in rice to rapidly develop valuable products for China. Dow AgroSciences has developed the EXZACT Precision Technology platform under an exclusive license and collaboration agreement in plants with Sangamo BioSciences, Inc. Dow AgroSciences and ICS-CAAS scientists will work together to make sure that the expertise and strengths of both parties are best combined to accelerate rice research and product development in China. This is part of Dow AgroSciences' commitment to providing innovative and sustainable solutions to bolster food security and food safety in China.

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