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- A company's shares typically drop when its chairman dies, but Valhi (VHI +2.4%), Kronos Worldwide (KRO +9.3%) and NL Industries (NL +9.5%) all are moving higher after the death of Harold Simmons during the weekend.
- The Texas billionaire was a controversial figure and often battled with federal regulators while running a holding company for companies that dealt in hazardous waste and toxic chemicals.
Sep. 9, 2011, 1:33 PM
Sep. 6, 2011, 1:01 PMShares of Valhi (VHI +0.9%) manage to post a small gain on a day decliners are beating advancers by more than a 6-to-1 ratio. SEC filings show the company's chairman is helping the cause by adding more shares, even with the agricultural firm's stock on a runup of 44% over the last month. | Sep. 6, 2011, 1:01 PM
Valhi, Inc. operates as a holding company that operates through its subsidiaries, including NL Industries, Inc., Kronos Worldwide, Inc., CompX International Inc., and Waste Control Specialists LLC. The company operates business through four segments: Chemicals, Component Products, Waste... More
Sector: Basic Materials
Country: United States
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