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- Are there too many auto parts stores? New Bear Stearns study says yes. Wirebach, John // Automotive Marketing;Jul97, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p12
Provides information on a report on DIY, service and commercial delivery aftermarket, which was done by Bear Stearns. Identification of individuals who did the report; Details of the report.
- Regulators, Bear Stearns investigate trades. Fritz, Michael // Crain's Chicago Business;07/14/97, Vol. 20 Issue 28, p1
Reports on an investigation by state regulators and officials of Bear Stearns and Company, into alleged trading irregularities involving around $1.5 million of customers' money. Speculations surrounding the resignation of broker James R. Sitlington; When company officials become aware of...
- Bear to unveil a workstation for its correspondent brokers this week. Weisul, Kimberly // Investment Dealers' Digest;07/07/97, Vol. 63 Issue 27, p7
Reports on Bear Stearn and Co.'s plans to roll out a new workstation for its correspondent brokers. Specifications and features; Tips offered by company managing director Benneth Egeth for managers who are planning to use the services; Use of the Internet for the company's business...
- The alchemists at Bear Stearns. Kindel, Sharen // FW;12/7/93, Vol. 162 Issue 24, p74
Features the technology employed by the Bear Stearns Company and the effects on its growth. Net savings from information processing work; Effect of the shifting of the firm's fixed income trading from a mainframe to a client/server system; Handling of system maintenance problems.
- Bear searching. Harrington, John // Crain's New York Business;5/16/94, Vol. 10 Issue 20, p34
Reports on Bear Stearns & Co.'s plans of relocating its headquarters in Connecticut or New Jersey.
- Bear necessities. // Crain's New York Business;1/23/95, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p51
Reports on the plan of Bear Stearns Cos. to reduce the amount of office space it occupies at its New York City headquarters.
- Bear Stearns sees big opportunities in working with credit unions. Arndorfer, James B. // American Banker;11/13/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 219, p12
Reports on the plans of Bear Stearns & Co. to do business with credit unions. Rationale behind investment banks' neglect of credit unions; Benefits of the move to Bear Stearns; Long-term focus on middle-market institutions; Services offered by Bear Stearns.
- Bear Stearns said to be developing a loan syndications fund. Dunaief, Daniel // American Banker;2/5/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 24, p22
Reports on Bear Stearns & Co.'s development of a loan fund that would pave the way for the company's creation of a loan origination and syndication fund. Speculations on Bear's loan syndication operations; Investment banks leading the lending market.
- Bear Stearns seeking to add worldwide bank bond analyst. // American Banker;6/5/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 107, p22
Reports that Bear, Stearns & Co. is looking for a global bank analyst in an effort to step up its fixed-income coverage overseas. Resignation of veteran analyst Ann Robinson as the reason for the vacancy.