Who's Been Naughty & Nice

December 2005
Investment Management Weekly;12/19/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 48, p7
The article presents a list of investment firm executives rated with good and bad job performances. The good executives include Lakin Co. owner Charles Lakin who donated for the construction of a human service campus. Investment manager Robert Khan and retired consultant Dick Bailey have donated money for additions to Oberlin College. Former New Hampshire Retirement System chairman of the board have violated the board's code of ethics.


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