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January 3, 2014

OU’s Shoate makes Hall of Fame

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NEW ORLEANS —

 

Things change: Allstate, the title sponsor of the Sugar Bowl, was all over the Superdome. Midfield was only the beginning. Ten years earlier, it was Nokia, the mobile phone maker. 

Then, Nokia was trading between $17 and $18 a share. Thursday, Nokia closed at $7.96 in after hours trading on the New York Stock Exchange. 

Allstate hasn’t been crushing the market, though it has appreciated, trading around $43 10 years ago and closing Friday at $53.58 in after hours trading on the NYSE.

Clay Horning

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cfhorning@normantranscript.com

 

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