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1. Mueller to Repurchase Stock for $427.3 Million -

Mueller Industries is buying back approximately 10.4 million of its shares owned by Leucadia National Corp. for about $427.3 million.

2. Mueller Industries to Repurchase Stock for $427.3 Million -

NEW YORK (AP) – Mueller Industries is buying back approximately 10.4 million of its shares owned by Leucadia National Corp. for about $427.3 million.

3. Mueller Plots Next Move Amid Plant Damage -

Mueller Industries, the Memphis-based company whose Wynne, Ark., factory was heavily damaged in a fire Tuesday, Sept. 6, has had a busy Labor Day weekend.

Just before the holiday break, Mueller – which makes copper, brass and similar fittings and tubing used in homebuilding and commercial construction – successfully held off a hostile takeover attempt for at least the next two years.

4. Mueller Industries Reaches Deal With Leucadia -

Memphis-based Mueller Industries Inc. reported last week that holding company Leucadia National Corp. agreed to limit its stake in the metal parts maker to 27.5 percent and named two directors to Mueller’s board.

5. Mueller Industries Reaches Deal With Leucadia -

MEMPHIS (AP) – Mueller Industries Inc. said Friday that holding company Leucadia National Corp. agreed to limit its stake in the metal parts maker to 27.5 percent and named two directors to Mueller's board.

6. CIT Group Sweetens Debt Buyback Offer -

NEW YORK (AP) - Small-business lender CIT Group Inc. said Friday it has sweetened some terms of a buyback offer for $1 billion of debt and repeated that it may have to seek bankruptcy protection if enough noteholders don't agree to it.