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|Wednesday, June 02, 2010|
Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc. fought off rumors that the company was for sale, while watching its stock drop eight points on Tuesday.
Analysts say that the scrap metal recycling company, which was controlled until recently by the philanthropic Schnitzer family, would be an attractive takeover target.
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