Issue Date: December 21, 2015 | Web Date: December 16, 2015
Dow Chemical and DuPont, the two best-known names in the U.S. chemical industry, with 331 years of history between them, are joining in the largest-ever chemical merger.
The new company, DowDuPont, will be worth $130 billion on the basis of the current stock prices of the two firms. It will have annual sales of about $83 billion and pretax profits of $15 billion.
Dow’s chief executive officer, Andrew N. Liveris, will serve as executive chairman . . .
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