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Yes, plump. Barbie’s got a new body. Three new bodies, actually: petite, tall and curvy, in Mattel’s exhaustively debated lexicon, and beginning Jan. At a Glance: GM’s Deal with the UAW The United Auto Workers and General Motors tentatively agreed Wednesday to a contract that ends a two day strike the first nationwide walkout against the automaker in 37 years. Both sides said they are pleased with the new contract, which has yet to be approved by the union. Here are a few of the highlights:.
It’s not even going to do anywhere [near] what Blair Witch did, which cost us roughly $60,000 all told and proceeded, against all odds, to rake in $30 million on its opening weekend alone. And Tropic Thunder is a $100 million studio film with positive reviews, strong word of mouth, and rated R, just like Blair Witch was, and it’s just very strange to me, from a box office perspective. Ticket prices were a lot lower, too, 10 years ago.
CALGARY The harsh investor reaction to Baytex Energy Corp. $2.8 billion merger with Raging River Exploration Inc. Could put a chill on more consolidation in the Canadian oilpatch, analysts say.Baytex and Raging River announced an all share deal on Monday worth $2.8 billion that would create a stronger combined organization better able to develop its oil properties in Alberta and Texas, according to the companies.Part of the rationale for the deal was to create a corporation large enough to develop Raging River assets in the Duvernay, an emerging but expensive shale play in Alberta with huge potential.In a press release, the two Calgary based producers said the combined company would produce over 100,000 barrels of oil and natural gas liquids such as butane, propane, methane and pentane this year.is a rare opportunity where two companies complement each other so well that they have the potential to achieve something much greater than the sum of its parts, Raging River CEO and chairman Neil Roszell said in a joint conference call announcing the deal.Baytex, which is issuing shares to finance the deal, indicated in the release that it would pay down debt over time after the merger.new entity is well positioned to pursue a blend of organic growth, debt reduction, strategic acquisitions and/or reinstate a dividend in the future, Baytex president and CEO Ed LaFehr said on the same call.Even though Raging River announced in March that it was looking for alternatives, including a potential sale, both the market and the analysts that cover the company reacted negatively to the deal.Raging River shares plunged 10 per cent to $5.67 each in mid day trading Monday and Baytex fared even worse, as the company shares fell close to 15 per cent to $4.38.