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  • Kingdom of Norway - Lehman Brothers Collection
    Century Business Archives Home About This Collection Using the Business Records Using the Deal Books Chronology Company Industry Glossary History of Lehman Brothers Kingdom of Norway Lehman Brothers Collection Kingdom of Norway List of Deals 1963 25 000 000 15 year 5 1 4 external loan bonds of 1963 1975 100 000 000 8 85 notes due November 15 1980 1975 100 000 000 8 7 8 notes due July

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  • Koch Industries, Inc. - Lehman Brothers Collection
    compounds especially gasoline When he tried to market his invention the major oil companies sued him for patent infringement Koch took his invention to the Soviet Union where he won a contract to build fifteen refineries for an initial fee of 5 million By the late 1940s Koch had begun assembling bits and pieces of business in the midwestern United States He launched Wood River Oil Refining in Illinois in 1940 and bought the Rock Island refinery in Oklahoma in 1947 Koch folded the remaining purchasing and gathering network into Rock Island Oil Refining which was incorporated in 1942 Koch concentrated on service businesses too small to interest the major oil companies and too obscure to attract much competition Koch also recognized the need for more complete systems of oil distribution and amassed a fortune providing the equipment and expertise to meet that need Koch firmly believed that his business was best conducted silently therefore Rock Island Oil Refining had no public relations department and went out of its way to avoid doing business with the government By 1967 the sales for Rock Island and Koch s various subsidiaries had reached about 400 million Sterling Varner a top executive aide became a shrewd purchaser of what he referred to as junk the bankrupt or unwanted oil and gas properties that Rock Island habitually turned into profitable acquisitions The company was renamed Koch Industries Koch began to diversify into a number of new areas including petrochemicals oil trading services and ownership of a refinery in St Paul Minnesota In 1969 Koch Industries merged with Atlas Petroleum Limited of the Bahamas a distributor of crude oil and petroleum products with about 100 million a year in sales In 1974 the company admitted to owning approximately 10 000 miles of pipeline in the

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  • Kockums Mekaniska Verkstads Aktiebolag (Kockums Mechanical Works Incorporated) - Lehman Brothers Collection
    moving and materials handling equipment Kockums was engaged in a long range program of expansion and diversification Acquisitions included companies in the fields of forestry equipment and road transport equipment for liquids and bulk material as well as manufacturers of other types of machinery and equipment By 1965 it was one of the three major Swedish shipbuilding firms and one of the world s leading shipbuilding companies In September 1965

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  • Lakehead Pipe Line Company, Inc. - Lehman Brothers Collection
    Business Records Using the Deal Books Chronology Company Industry Glossary History of Lehman Brothers Lakehead Pipe Line Company Inc Lehman Brothers Collection Lakehead Pipe Line Company Inc List of Deals 1967 30 000 000 6 1 2 sinking fund debentures

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  • Langfitt Shipping Corporation - Lehman Brothers Collection
    tankers Under the 1936 Shipping Act the agency was empowered to guarantee up to 75 percent of the building cost for new unsubsidized tonnage and up to 87 percent in mortgage insurance guarantees Numerous American shipping companies such as Moore McCormack Lines and Western Ocean Transport applied for this financial support The Langfitt Shipping Corporation also applied for this assistance The company was organized in New York on June 19

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  • Lehman Brothers - Lehman Brothers Collection
    Twentieth Century Business Archives Home About This Collection Using the Business Records Using the Deal Books Chronology Company Industry Glossary History of Lehman Brothers Lehman Brothers Lehman Brothers Collection Lehman Brothers List of Deals 1977 Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb Incorporated merger of Kuhn Loeb Co Incorporated into Lehman Brothers Incorporated 1953 The Lehman Corporation sale of a maximum of 42 800 shares of capital stock par value 1 by selling

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  • Lehn & Fink Products Co. - Lehman Brothers Collection
    in New York City in 1874 In 1890 Lehn Fink introduced Lysol the first universally branded disinfectant to the United States by importing it from Schulke Mayr of Hamburg Germany Lehn Fink began manufacturing Lysol under a licensing agreement in 1912 and in 1922 Lysol was purchased by the company In 1907 Lehn Fink acquired A S Hinds Company the manufacturer of Hinds Honey and Almond Cream a nationally known product Hinds which was founded in 1875 continued to operate independently Lehn Fink erected large buildings at the corner of William and John Streets in downtown New York in 1911 which they occupied until 1919 By 1925 the company had a plant located in Bloomfield New Jersey consisting of seven buildings By the 1920s Lehn Fink owned all of the outstanding stock of Watsessing Garage Company Products Realization Corporation and Pebeco Inc the latter being the manufacturer of Pebeco Tooth Paste In July 1925 a new holding company was created called Lehn Fink Products for the purpose of acquiring Lehn Fink Inc and A S Hinds Company At the time this merger was presented as being the first step in a broad plan to acquire similar products through acquisitions In

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  • Leonhard Tietz Aktiengesellschaft - Lehman Brothers Collection
    in Germany in 1879 It was a pioneer in the department store business in Germany and by the mid 1920s it was one of the largest retail organizations in Europe In 1926 it had a chain of nineteen modern department stores that were the largest in their respective cities throughout Germany The most important store was located in Cologne where the company headquarters were located The company occupied a prominent

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