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Divorce of convenience

17 October 2012 By Christopher Swann

The U.S. energy company’s value jumped 8 pct after executives said they would split off its retail business. Sure, they only acted after pressure from activist investors. But if larger players like Marathon follow suit, it could unlock billions of value for shareholders.

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