December 16, 2011

Exelon Boss Going To Pay Big For Merger

Jay Hancock, Baltimore Sun


LA Times

John Rowe made no secret of the fact that he badly wanted a signature merger to top off his career as the chief executive of Exelon Corp. How badly can be seen in the settlement he just agreed to in Exelon's bid to purchase Baltimore's Constellation Energy. . .

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TAGGED: economy, Maryland, electricity prices, electricity, Baltimore Sun, Exelon, Constellation Energy

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