Dresser-Rand Group, Inc.
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This company is up over 7% on news of a sale
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Recently, the President and CEO of Dresser-Rand Group (NYSE: DRC) Vincent Volpe Jr. has bought 17,680 shares of the company at an average price of $57.02 per share, with a total transaction value of more than $1 million. Since 2009, Dresser-Rand’s share price has been on the rise, from around $17 per share to nearly $59 per share. Should investors follow Vincent Volpe Jr. into his company more »
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