Hevesi reports greater fiscal surplus for New York City, credits Wall Street
- Revenge of the nerds. Cramer, James J. // New York;12/25/95-1/1/96, Vol. 28 Issue 51, p44
Compares the nineties to the eighties and what the changes have done to life on Wall Street.
- Chasing the bull. Burke, Jeanne // Treasury & Risk Management;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p24
Discusses the performance of treasurers on Wall Street. Information on the impact of the merger between Morgan Stanley and Dean Witter; Response of treasurers to the merger; Statements from Morgan Stanley's chairman, Philip Purcell; Value of the merger. INSETS: Goldman dances to a different...
- `The street':R.I.P.? Sullivan, C.C. // Buildings;Apr93, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p16
Reports on how Wall Street is losing its holding power as many banks and companies relocate to midtown buildings. Forty Wall Street as the world's tallest ghost town; Where the companies are relocating; Business incubator program; Interesting note.
- Taking stock of Wall Street // Cobblestone;Apr90, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p4
Recounts how a small street on the tip of Manhattan Island grew to become one of the leading financial centers in the world, Wall Street. Importance of New York in colonial America; New York's thriving trade and the growth of the securities market; Wall Street's relationship to the stock market.
- Historic Wall Street. Holmes, J. // Cobblestone;Apr90, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p6
Describes the origins of Wall Street in the Dutch colony's capital city New Amsterdam which later became New York City. Henry Hudson claims the island which would later become Manhattan for the Dutch in 1609; Path next to the fence built at the northern limits of New Amsterdam is called Wall...
- The curb. Ashworth, K.H. // Cobblestone;Apr90, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p18
Recounts the history of the Curb market on Wall Street. Brokers excluded from the buttonwood brokers' stock exchange traded outdoors becoming known as curbstone brokers. Trading stocks at the corner of Wall and Hanover streets in the 1850s; Expanding into Broad Street; Developing hand signals...
- In tapes we trust. Byron, C. // New York;10/23/89, Vol. 22 Issue 42, p40
Describes the secret telephone taping of stock market transactions being done by Wall Street firms. Potential for seizures of tapes; Privacy and legality issues; Taping industry.
- Wall Street, Texas, U.S.A. Nocera, J. // Esquire;Sep90, Vol. 114 Issue 3, p93
Compares the Wall Street of today to the Texas oil boom and bust of the early 1980s. How the market has grown; Sandy Weill; His return to Wall Street.
- Wall Street vs. services. // Crain's New York Business;03/24/97, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p34
Provides statistical information on how business services have expanded on Wall Street, New York City, from August 1995 to January 1997.