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March 3, 2014
08:23 EDTMTX, ACOMinerals Technologies ups offer to acquire AMCOL to $45 per share in cash
Minerals Technologies (MTX) announced that it has made an increased cash offer of $45 per share to acquire all outstanding shares of AMCOL International (ACO) of Hoffman Estates, Illinois. The revised offer has been approved unanimously by the Minerals Technologies board and is superior to the recently announced $42.75 per share offer made by Paris-based Imerys for AMCOL. Minerals Technologies' superior all-cash $45 per share offer was conveyed to AMCOL's board of directors. JPMorgan has provided signed commitment papers with respect to financing the purchase price of the transaction. Minerals Technologies expects the transaction to be immediately accretive to earnings upon closing, excluding acquisition-related costs and charges, even before consideration of significant synergies. The transaction is expected to close in 1H14 and would be subject to customary closing conditions.
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August 12, 2014
11:10 EDTACOHigh option volume stocks
August 8, 2014
11:49 EDTMTXMinerals Technologies sees Q3 EPS $1.05-$1.10, may not compare to consensus 93c
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August 7, 2014
17:14 EDTMTXMinerals Technologies announces restructuring, 5% workforce reduction
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17:13 EDTMTXMinerals Technologies reports Q2 EPS 94c, consensus 74c
Reports Q2 revenue $421.1M, consensus $364.6M.
08:41 EDTMTXMinerals Technologies signs commercial agreement with N. American paper company
Minerals Technologies announced that it has signed another commercial agreement with a North American paper company to provide FulFill E-325 at a paper mill that produces woodfree paper. This marks Minerals Technologies' fifth such agreement in North America for the new, high-filler technology. The paper company wishes to remain unnamed for competitive reasons.

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