Owens Corning Sues Insurers Over 160 million in Year 2000 Costs

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Owens Corning Sues Insurers Over Year 2000 Costs

WILMINGTON, Del., Apr 07, 2000, (A. M. Best via COMTEX) -- Owens Corning has filed a lawsuit to try to force its insurers to pay the costs to repair and replace computer systems to avoid Year 2000 system problems. Owens Corning, a Toledo, Ohio, company that makes and sells glass wool fibers formed into thermal and acoustical insulation and air ducts, spent about $160 million.


-- Carl Jenkins (Somewherepress@aol.com), April 10, 2000

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