Centex

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Centex
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryResidential construction
Founded1950
HeadquartersBloomfield Hills, MI[inconsistent], USA
Key peopleTim Eller, Chairman, CEO, & President
RevenueIncrease$8.276 billion USD (2008)
Operating incomeDecrease-$2.875 billion USD (2008)
Net incomeDecrease-$2.657 billion USD (2008)
Employees6,530 (2008)
ParentPulte Homes
Websitehttp://www.centex.com
 
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Centex
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryResidential construction
Founded1950
HeadquartersBloomfield Hills, MI[inconsistent], USA
Key peopleTim Eller, Chairman, CEO, & President
RevenueIncrease$8.276 billion USD (2008)
Operating incomeDecrease-$2.875 billion USD (2008)
Net incomeDecrease-$2.657 billion USD (2008)
Employees6,530 (2008)
ParentPulte Homes
Websitehttp://www.centex.com

Centex Corporation was a home builder headquartered in Dallas, Texas[inconsistent]. The company was acquired by rival Pulte Homes in 2009 for 1.6 billion dollars.[1]

Concerns about the quality of their work have been raised.[2]

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