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  • Market Realist 10 days ago

    Will Alcoa’s 2Q16 Margin Expansion Boost Its Valuation?

    In light of Berkshire's Precision Castparts acquisition, some analysts believe that Arconic could be worth more than the combined entity of Alcoa.

  • American City Business Journals 17 days ago

    Neighbors sue Precision Castparts over pollution

    Southeast Portland neighbors who live near Precision Castparts Corp. have sued the company over what they say is a "plume" of air pollution. Precision had also reached out to neighbors earlier in the month .

  • Market Realist last month

    Arconic Isn’t Precision Castparts, and the Market Knows That!

    Market participants who are bullish on Alcoa (AA) point to Berkshire Hathaway’s (BRK-B) acquisition of Precision Castparts.

  • TheStreet.com last month

    Common Sense Says Market Will Hold Steady

    Find out as much as you can, then make your own rational judgments.

  • American City Business Journals 2 months ago

    Precision Castparts again reaches out to neighbors on air issues

    In the midst of the biggest air quality controversy in recent Portland memory, Precision Castparts Corp. is trying to play nice with neighbors. The region has been rattled by reports of heavy metals emissions from industries using lead, chromium and other cancer-linked compounds in the city's residential neighborhoods. On Friday, data from a Department of Environmental Quality air quality monitor near the company's Southeast Johnson Creek Boulevard facility in Portland revealed heavy metals like nickel, hexavalent chromium and arsenic at levels above air quality goals that are protective of public health.

  • American City Business Journals 2 months ago

    Oregon confirms air pollution near Precision Castparts, Bullseye Glass

    Oregon's environmental regulators have discovered high levels of heavy metals around Precision Castparts Corp. and Bullseye Glass Co. On Thursday, Gov. Kate Brown issued a cease and desist order against Bullseye Glass after toxic levels of lead were found by Department of Environmental Quality air monitors around a nearby daycare facility. Now, on Friday, DEQ revealed data from an air monitor installed near industrial manufacturer Precision Castparts Corp. in Southeast Portland showed heavy metals like nickel, hexavalent chromium and arsenic at levels "above health-protective air quality goals," according to a DEQ statement.

  • American City Business Journals 3 months ago

    Oregon to begin surprise air quality tests at 100 businesses

    In early February, the Portland Mercury unearthed details of a troubling study of Portland's air quality. According to a document obtained by the Oregonian, the DEQ and the Oregon Health Authority have compiled a list of 316 statewide facilities that may be emitting harmful metals like chromium and cadmium. See also: How does Portland's air quality compare to other cities?

  • American City Business Journals 3 months ago

    Precision Castparts goes on the offensive to win trust of neighbors worried about air quality

    Two years ago, Precision Castparts held a public meeting at the Brentwood-Darlington Community Center to address concerns about emissions from its Southeast Portland manufacturing plants. Residents in nearby Brentwood-Darlington and other Southeast neighborhoods had long been concerned about air pollution they believed could be traced back to the aerospace parts manufacturer. "I came away with more concerns than satisfaction," said Eric Wikoff, chairman of the Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association.

  • American City Business Journals 3 months ago

    Precision Castparts to talk air pollution before Milwaukie City Council

    Precision Castparts will present its plan to improve air quality around its Southeast Portland plants to the Milwaukie City Council tonight. Oregon's Department of Environmental Quality, which has cited PCC for environmental violations in the past, asked the company for permission to put air monitoring equipment on site. DEQ will also present at tonight's Milwaukie City Council meeting, which begins at 6.

  • American City Business Journals 5 months ago

    Mark Donegan: Portland's manufacturing da Vinci?

    Mark Donegan has steadfastly remained under the media's radar during his long run as Precision Castparts Corp.'s leader. Warren Buffett, chairman of Precision's new owner Berkshire Hathaway, continues to praise Donegan. This time, the plaudits came in Buffett's newly issued 2015 letter to investors.