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  • Iowa Electric Light and Power Company - Lehman Brothers Collection
    on May 25 1925 as the Iowa Railway and Light Corporation It changed its name to the Iowa Electric Light and Power Company in 1932 The company was engaged primarily in the generation transmission distribution and retail sale of electric energy and in the purchase distribution and retail sale of natural gas in Iowa By 1967 Iowa Electric Light supplied electrical service to 51 counties in Iowa including 271 incorporated

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/lehman/company.html?company=iowa_electric_light_and_power_company (2016-02-18)
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  • Israel Discount Bank Limited - Lehman Brothers Collection
    Home About This Collection Using the Business Records Using the Deal Books Chronology Company Industry Glossary History of Lehman Brothers Israel Discount Bank Limited Lehman Brothers Collection Israel Discount Bank Limited List of Deals 1972 private placement of 8 capital

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/lehman/company.html?company=israel_discount_bank_limited (2016-02-18)
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  • Italamerica S.A. - Lehman Brothers Collection
    issued by Italian companies and organizations with the remainder consisting primarily of investments in securities issued by companies in the United States and Canada The investment company sold its shares to the public at a price of 10 60 Two large European banks Banca Commerciale Italian and the Banque de Paris et des Pays Bas and Lehman Brothers underwrote an issue of 4 990 000 shares which were distributed through

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/lehman/company.html?company=italamerica_s_a (2016-02-18)
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  • ITT Continental Baking Company - Lehman Brothers Collection
    telecommunications company ITT secured the concession for telephone service in Spain in 1924 The Spanish concession operated by CTNE furnished ITT with an entrance into the European market In 1925 the U S government was pressing AT T to divest its overseas operations which included Western Electric Company a European based manufacturer of telephonic equipment On September 30 1925 ITT acquired Western Electric along with the temporary use of some of AT T s patents In the years following ITT became an international company holding manufacturing companies and operating concessions in France Germany Britain and much of Latin America The company organized operations so that national citizens ran ITT subsidiaries in every country with a facility while corporate headquarters in New York played a passive management role A turning point in the history of ITT came in 1959 when Harold Geneen became head of the company He first reorganized ITT with a management shake up and thorough cost cutting measures ITT began to make a significant number of acquisitions in 1963 averaging one company a month His purchases emphasized U S operations over European ones with the goal that 55 percent of ITT revenues be derived from U S subsidiaries

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/lehman/company.html?company=itt_continental_baking_company (2016-02-18)
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  • ITT Financial Corporation - Lehman Brothers Collection
    Behn It was organized by Behn with the intention of creating an international telephone system after American Telephone and Telegraph Through much of its history ITT was primarily a telecommunications company ITT secured the concession for telephone service in Spain in 1924 The Spanish concession operated by CTNE furnished ITT with an entrance into the European market In 1925 the U S government was pressing AT T to divest its overseas operations which included Western Electric Company a European based manufacturer of telephonic equipment On September 30 1925 ITT acquired Western Electric along with the temporary use of some of AT T s patents In the years following ITT became an international company holding manufacturing companies and operating concessions in France Germany Britain and much of Latin America The company organized operations so that national citizens ran ITT subsidiaries in every country with a facility while corporate headquarters in New York played a passive management role A turning point in the history of ITT came in 1959 when Harold Geneen became head of the company He first reorganized ITT with a management shake up and thorough cost cutting measures ITT began to make a significant number of acquisitions in 1963

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/lehman/company.html?company=itt_financial_corporation (2016-02-18)
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  • ITT Rayonier Incorporated - Lehman Brothers Collection
    the Rainier Pulp and Paper Company in Shelton Washington The company s founders including Edward M Mills were the first to recognize an opportunity to use the West Coast s plentiful western hemlock tree species for the production of a superior grade of bleached paper pulp The company s first mill in Shelton Washington went into production the following year In 1931 Rainier teamed up with Du Pont the leading producer of rayon and perfected the world s first pulp made from hemlock designed specifically for the rayon industry In 1937 the company merged with two other mills in Washington and was incorporated as Rayonier The company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange that same year Rayonier was already the largest single manufacturer of dissolving pulps in the world at that time The company purchased timberlands in the southeastern United States the following year and in 1939 it completed the first southeastern pulp mill in Florida to utilize the region s extensive resources By 1945 Rayonier had begun making major timberland purchases in the West The company founded the Rayonier Foundation in 1952 to provide charitable contributions to civic educational and charitable causes in local communities In 1954

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/lehman/company.html?company=itt_rayonier_incorporated (2016-02-18)
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  • ITT Thorp Corporation - Lehman Brothers Collection
    ITT secured the concession for telephone service in Spain in 1924 The Spanish concession operated by CTNE furnished ITT with an entrance into the European market In 1925 the U S government was pressing AT T to divest its overseas operations which included Western Electric Company a European based manufacturer of telephonic equipment On September 30 1925 ITT acquired Western Electric along with the temporary use of some of AT T s patents In the years following ITT became an international company holding manufacturing companies and operating concessions in France Germany Britain and much of Latin America The company organized operations so that national citizens ran ITT subsidiaries in every country with a facility while corporate headquarters in New York played a passive management role A turning point in the history of ITT came in 1959 when Harold Geneen became head of the company He first reorganized ITT with a management shake up and thorough cost cutting measures ITT began to make a significant number of acquisitions in 1963 averaging one company a month His purchases emphasized U S operations over European ones with the goal that 55 percent of ITT revenues be derived from U S subsidiaries Geneen achieved

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/lehman/company.html?company=itt_thorp_corporation (2016-02-18)
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  • ITT World Communications Inc. - Lehman Brothers Collection
    a telecommunications company ITT secured the concession for telephone service in Spain in 1924 The Spanish concession operated by CTNE furnished ITT with an entrance into the European market In 1925 the U S government was pressing AT T to divest its overseas operations which included Western Electric Company a European based manufacturer of telephonic equipment On September 30 1925 ITT acquired Western Electric along with the temporary use of some of AT T s patents In the years following ITT became an international company holding manufacturing companies and operating concessions in France Germany Britain and much of Latin America The company organized operations so that national citizens ran ITT subsidiaries in every country with a facility while corporate headquarters in New York played a passive management role A turning point in the history of ITT came in 1959 when Harold Geneen became head of the company He first reorganized ITT with a management shake up and thorough cost cutting measures ITT began to make a significant number of acquisitions in 1963 averaging one company a month His purchases emphasized U S operations over European ones with the goal that 55 percent of ITT revenues be derived from U S

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/lehman/company.html?company=itt_world_communications_inc (2016-02-18)
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