Armstrong World Industries Inc Common Stock (NYSE:AWI)

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Armstrong World is a leading global producer of ceiling systems for use primarily in the construction and renovation of commercial, institutional and residential buildings. It designs, manufactures and sells ceiling systems globally. WAVE operates plants in the United States to produce suspension system products. Armstrong World currently operates in three reporting segments - Mineral Fiber, Architectural Specialties and Unallocated Corporate. Mineral Fiber produces suspended mineral fiber and soft fiber ceiling systems for use in commercial and residential settings. Architectural Specialties produces and sources ceilings and walls for use in commercial settings. The Unallocated Corporate contains cash, debt, fully-funded U.S. pension plan and certain other miscellaneous balance-sheet items....

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