April 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;4/25/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 16, p46
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The article presents information related to various investment banking organizations. Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc. reportedly began doling out retention bonuses to a dozen or so senior executives. The bank has been under siege from a group of eight dissident shareholders, also alums of the firm, who are fighting to oust chief executive officer Philip Pucell. Morgan Stanley is also under assault from billionaire investor Ronald Perelman, who testified against the firm as part of his lawsuit alleging fraud and arguing far total damages of nearly $2.7 billion. Perelman blamed losses of $680 million in his sale of Coleman to Sunbeam on Morgan Stanley, saying the firm made misstatements about Sunbeam's fiscal health. INSET: In The News.


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