Oshkosh to mark centennial anniversary by ringing Wall Street’s top bell

Sources: Oshkosh Corp., Oshkosh, Wis.; CP staff

Oshkosh executives will mark 100 years in business by ringing the New York Stock Exchange closing bell on May 4. Accentuating the day will be a staging of company equipment—from namesake front discharge mixers and McNeilus rear discharge mixers or refuse trucks to Pierce fire apparatus and JLG aerial work platforms—outside the NYSE in lower Manhattan.

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Big Steel gives way to Bigger Aggregate on major Wall Street index

Sources: CP staff; S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC, New York City

Martin Marietta Materials Inc. will gain elevated stature on Wall Street as it absorbs Texas Industries Inc., and switches spots from the Standard & Poors MidCap 400 to S&P 500 Index with one of the 20th century’s corporate icons, United States Steel Corp.—a past cement (Universal Atlas) and aggregate (Presque Isle, Mich., mega-quarry) operator in its own right.

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