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Airgas Corporate Office Address

Airgas
259 N Radnor Chester Rd #100
Radnor, PA 19087

Contact Airgas

Phone Number: (610) 687-5253
Fax Number: (610) 255-3271
Website: http://www.airgas.com
Email: Email Airgas

Executives

CEO: Michael L. Molinini
CFO: Robert M. McLaughlin
COO: Andrew R. Cichocki

Airgas History

Airgas was founded by Peter McCausland in 1982 when he bought CONNOX – a small oxygen distribution company.

Airgas became the holding company for CONNOX.

Today the company distributes argon, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, dry ice, protective equipment, and medical and specialty gases and has a network of 1,100 locations including retail stores, gas fill plants, specialty gas labs, production facilities, and distribution centers.

Airgas is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ARG, is a member of the S&P 500, is #498 in the Fortune 500, has 16,000 employees, and had $5.18 billion in revenue in 2013.

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CA Technologies Corporate Office Address

CA Technologies
520 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10022

Contact CA Technologies

Phone Number: (800) 225-5224
Fax Number: (425) 201-3689
Website: http://www.ca.com
Email: Email CA Technologies

Executives

CEO: Michael P. Gregoire
CFO: Richard J. Beckert
COO: Lauren Patricia Flaherty

CA Technologies History

CA Technologies is one of the largest software companies in the world.

In 1969 IBM spun-off its software and support services from its computer hardware business. This created an opportunity for entrepreneurs to enter the budding software industry.

In this environment Charles Wang and Russ Artzt created a company to develop and sell IBM mainframe software. The company’s first product was CA-Sort, a sort/merge/copy and data management utility software.

Today CA Technologies provides tools for managing networks, databases, applications, storage, security, and other systems. The company also offers training, implementation, and consulting services.

CA Technologies is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol CA, is a member of the S&P 500, is #529 in the Fortune 500, has 12,700 employees, and had $4.46 billion in revenue in 2013.

 

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Flowserve Corporate Office

October 30, 2014

Flowserve is a supplier of environmental and industrial machinery to the power, oil, gas, and chemical industries. The company was founded in 1970 by Thomas Simpson as Simpson & Thompson, which later became Worthington Simpson Pumps. Worthington Simpson Pumps became part of BW/IP of 1997. Today Flowserve operates in three business divisions. The Engineering Product […]

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Spectrum Group International Corporate Office

October 29, 2014

Spectrum Group International was founded by Greg Manning. Manning began collecting stamps at age 7 and at 25 opened an office to market stamps. Spectrum Group is an auction house that operates internationally through two main segments: Trading and Collectibles. Today the company serves both collectors and dealers in North America, Europe, and Asia through its […]

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Biogen Idec Corporate Office

October 29, 2014

Biogen Idec is a biotechnology company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The company was founded by prominent biologists Sir Kenneth Murray, Charles Weissmann, and Phillip Sharp in 1978 in Geneva. Biogen focuses on developing treatments primarily for immunology and neurology. Popular drugs include Avonex, which treats relapsing MS, Tysabrim, a treatment for MS and Crohn’s disease, […]

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Kelly Services Corporate Office

October 28, 2014

Kelly Services is a temporary staffing agency that operates worldwide. The company was founded by William Russell Kelly as Russell Kelly Office Services in 1946. The company originally provided office services at its own offices. Since workers were primarily women, employees became known as “Kelly’s Girls” in 1946. In the 1960′s  the term had become […]

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FMC Technologies Corporate Office

October 28, 2014

FMC Technologies was created in 2000 when FMC Corporation, a chemical manufacturing company, spun-off its machinery business. In 2008 the company spun-off its airport and food equipment business into the new company John Bean Technologies Corporation. Today FMC Technologies manufactures subsea drilling and productions systems, fuild control, measurement, marine loading, separation, material handling, and blending systems, […]

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Charles Schwab Corporate Office

October 27, 2014

Charles R Schwab founded an investment newsletter named Investment Indicator in 1963 and the firm incorporated in 1971 as First Commander Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Commander Industries.. In 1972 Schwab bought out all the common stock of Commander Industries and changed the name of the company to Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Today the company […]

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W. R. Berkley Corporation Corporate Office

October 26, 2014

W. R. Berkley Corporation was founded in 1967 by Bill Berkley as Berkely Dean & Company, a small investment management company. In the 1970′s the company began trading as a public company and began working in the insurance business through the acquisition of Reinsurance Underwriters Corporation and Admiral Insurance Company. In 1995 revenues passed the […]

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Rockwell Collins Corporate Office

October 25, 2014

Rockwell Collins was founded in 1933 as Collins Radio Company. The company produced shortwave radio equipment as well as equipment for the AM Radio broadcast industry. Collins Radio’s most notable accomplishment was providing communications equipment for astronauts during the Space Race. Rockwell International bought Collins Radio in 1973. In 2001 Rockwell spun-off its avionics division […]

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