First Energy CEO will lead management of combined power company

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First Energy's CEO will lead a new management team in advance of the company's $4.7 billion acquisition of Allegheny Energy.

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Nikoli

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Jan 13, 2011
 
I can hear the rates going up already.
Thorne

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How does the requirements placed on this merger by Maryland make it a good deal? Seems as though the state is running the company. Pay this, contribute that, keep offices - employees etc. How is this allowing FE to reduce costs - be more efficient etc.?

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