Marriage of activated carbon and carbon black

Cabot Corp. recently announced its $1.1 billion acquisition of the Dutch-based firm Norit. The acquisition of Norit is no surprise, as its investors indicated they were looking to cash out when they sold the Clean Process Technologies division last year. This deal also follows last year’s sale of Ca...

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