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In 1954, DuPont employees noted that this chemical was likely to be toxic.
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FP Trading Desk (Canada) 02/18/2020 07:11
Industrial materials maker DuPont said on Tuesday Chairman Edward Breen will take on the additional role as Chief Executive Officer, years after he oversaw the company’s merger and eventual split from chemical maker Dow Inc. Breen, the CEO of the erstwhile DuPont and then of DowDuPont following the merger, will replace Marc Doyle.
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Motley Fool 02/13/2020 11:09
With Exxon's chemical and refining margins near the bottom of their 10-year ranges, and DuPont facing pricing pressure from its core nylon business (a byproduct of oil), it seems both companies are in the midst of some fairly serious short-term headwinds that are reflected in their fallen stock prices ...
NASDAQ 02/13/2020 11:09
DuPont The long-anticipated breakup of the world's largest chemical conglomerate, DowDuPont, began on April 1, 2019 when Dow Inc. (NYSE: DOW) spun off from DuPont de Nemours.
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Seeking Alpha 01/30/2020 13:36
These suits relate largely to PFOS a chemical that neither Chemours or historical DuPont ever made or sold.
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