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The board of directors of Praxair, Inc. (NYSE:PX) has declared a quarterly dividend of 75.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE: PX) continued to execute its strategy of providing environmental solutions for growing water treatment applications in China.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE:PX), a leading global industrial gas company, today announced it signed a long-term contract with MEGlobal to supply oxygen and nitrogen to its new ethylene glycol (EG) plant being built in Freeport,...
Praxair Surface Technologies, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Praxair, Inc.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE:PX) today announced it has started up its second air separation plant and is extending its pipeline system in the Port of Antwerp, one of the largest petrochemical production complexes in the world.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE: PX), through its Brazilian subsidiary White Martins, has signed a long-term agreement expanding its supply of oxygen to Fibria Celulose S/A (NYSE: FBR) in Três Lagoas, Brazil.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE: PX), a leading global industrial gas company, announced today that it has started up a hydrogen plant for Repsol, one of the world's largest producers of hydrocarbon fuels and petrochemicals.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE:PX) will release its third quarter 2016 financial results on Thursday, October 27, 2016, before the market opens and will host a conference call at 11:00 a.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE:PX) was named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World and North American Indices (DJSI) for the 14th consecutive year.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE: PX) announced it has signed a long-term contract to supply industrial gases to Hyundai Oilbank (Hyundai), a leading oil refining company in South Korea.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE:PX) announced today that it has acquired and will operate a 300-ton-per-day carbon dioxide (CO 2) purification and liquefaction plant from PureCO 2, LP.
Linde gains in Frankfurt on renewed merger talks hope with Praxair after CFO departs.
Oil gathers pace as U.S. markets climb to positive territory.
U.S.-based Praxair (PX) and Germany's Linde are no longer seeking to merge.
U.S. stock futures are sharply lower Monday on renewed worries over an interest rate hike; HP to buy Samsung's Electronics' printing operations; Tesla plans software update for Autopilot.
The two firms failed to reach an agreement on governance, Linde says.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE:PX) today confirmed that its preliminary discussions with Linde AG regarding a potential merger (see Praxair press release of August 16, 2016) have terminated.
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Praxair (PX) and Linde's (LNEGY) proposed merger could face some antitrust reviews due to its combined presence in some markets such as Brazil.
Semiconductor industry player ASML falls on reported snub from Intel.
U.S. futures point to markets opening in the red.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE: PX) today confirmed that it is currently in preliminary discussions with Linde AG regarding a potential merger.
Merger would create world's largest industrial gas supplier.
Praxair, Inc. (NYSE:PX) has named Kelcey E.
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Praxair, Inc. (NYSE:PX) reported second-quarter net income and diluted earnings per share of $399 million and $1.
The board of directors of Praxair, Inc. (NYSE: PX) has declared a quarterly dividend of 75.
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