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Barnwell Industries, Inc. Reports Closing of Previously Announced Sale of Oil ...
HONOLULU, Sept. 18, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Barnwell Industries, Inc. (NYSE:BRN) announced today that Barnwell of Canada, Limited, its wholly-owned subsidiary, has closed its previously announced sale of its interests in natural gas and oil ...
Check on Unusual Volume for: Barnwell Industries, Inc. (:BRN)
Shares of Barnwell Industries, Inc. (:BRN) are experiencing unusual volume during today's trading. While the stock price moved along with the volume change, shares are touching $1.52 at the time of writing.
Barnwell Industries (NYSEMKT:BRN) Shorted Shares Increased By 25%
Barnwell Industries, Inc. is engaged in the acquisition and development of oil and natural gas properties. The company has a market cap of $13.26 million.
Barnwell Industries: A Case Of Hawaii Five-0 On Sale For 3.5 (BRN)
Barnwell Industries (NYSEMKT:BRN) with headquarters in Hawaii operates through four segments. The oil and natural gas segment engages in oil and natural gas exploration and production in Canada.
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Barnwell Industries Inc (BRN) Files Form 4 Insider Buying : Murray C Gardner ...
Barnwell Industries Inc (BRN): Murray C Gardner , director of Barnwell Industries Inc purchased 2,000 shares on May 4, 2016.
A Bright Future for Barnwell Industries
Barnwell Industries (NYSEMKT:BRN) was founded by Morton Kinzler in 1956. Morton has devoted his life to growing this oil and gas producer into a decent-sized business that in a normalized (oil and gas is improving -- especially oil) pricing environment ...
The Curse of the Loyal Sports Fan
In the bottom of the seventh inning of their home opener this spring, the Chicago Cubs didn't have a hit, and the 40,882 fans who had crammed Wrigley Field were reverting to learned habit.
Why the Economic Fates of America's Cities Diverged
To get a flavor of how thoroughly the federal government managed competition throughout the economy in the 1960s, consider the case of Brown Shoe Co.
The Anti-Free-Speech Movement at UCLA
Universal Amusement, Inc. (1980); and the prior restraint doctrine is applicable to restrictions imposed by universities, see Healy v. James (1972).
The Problem With Calling Out Judges for Their Race
Most lawyers would call the 1998 case this lesson comes from, Macdraw Inc. v. CIT Equipment Financing, an “ordinary case”—one company agreed to help another finance a large sale of industrial equipment.