Mass. Fund Seeks Large Cap Firm

Clouse, Carol J.
November 1999
Investment Management Weekly;11/01/99, Vol. 12 Issue 41, p1
Reports on the search launched by Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Retirement Fund for a large-capitalization growth manager.


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