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- A bright light for minority opportunity. Rifkin, Jane M. // Diversity Suppliers & Business Magazine;Summer95, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p52
Profiles the Edward D. Jones & Co. which provides information on stocks and bonds. Special focus on investment opportunities for retirees; Mutual funds and certificates of deposits as best-selling investments; Opportunity for minority individuals; Hiring of Jaime M. Madrid; Training of brokers;...
- Is Main Street a state of mind? Cocheo, Steve // ABA Banking Journal;Apr94, Vol. 86 Issue 4, p52
Profiles the Edward D. Jones & Co. stock brokerage. Company known as broker for America's hinterland; Reputation of the company among small investors; Main Street image of the company; Company as serious competitors to the bankers; Rating of banks as securities brokers; Expansion plans of the...
- Brokerage targets city as model for growth. Culbertson, Katie // Indianapolis Business Journal;06/01/98, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p21
Focuses on the plans of brokerage firm, Edward Jones to increase the number of its nationwide offices. Forecasts made by the company for an increased demand for investment advice in the country; Decision of company officials to venture into urban markets after the firm dominated the rural...
- Keeping up with the Edward D. Joneses. Plasencia, William // American Banker;6/23/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 120, p1
Part IV. Focuses on Edward D. Jones & Co.'s success as a brokerage firm by setting up shop across the street from banks and picking off affluent customers who want more than passbooks and checking accounts. Role of managing principal John Bachmann in company's success; Plans to increase Jones...
- 3rd Edward Jones office opens. // Wenatchee Business Journal;Jun97, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p7
Reports on Edward Jones and Co.'s opening of its third office in Wenatchee, Washington.
- Jones & Co ranked `number one' by magazine. // Hudson Valley Business Journal;4/17/95, Vol. 6 Issue 25, p9
Reports that Edward D. Jones & Co. was ranked number one in a study of the United States' leading full-service brokerage houses.
- Edward Jones makes new expansion effort. Roush, Matt // Crain's Detroit Business;11/04/96, Vol. 12 Issue 45, p18
Reports on the plans of Edward D. Jones & Company, which does business as Edward Jones, to expand in metro Detroit, Michigan. Number of offices the company has in Chicago, Illinois and the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Texas; How the company views client development; What factors have contributed to...
- The one-horse broker is going suburban, too. Van Allen, Peter // American Banker;4/10/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 68, p12
Reports on the plan of Edward D. Jones & Co. of opening one-broker store-fronts in the Northeast region of the United States. about 250 offices from Washington to Maine; Targeting of suburban areas; Popularity of the firm in rural and small towns.
- People and posts. // People Management;08/24/95, Vol. 1 Issue 17, p13
Presents news on appointments of personnel managers. Susie Babni as senior vice president for human resources of Hongkong Bank of Canada; Carol Barry as head of the human resources at Surrey police; Jeff Cottrell as human resource manager for the Medical Insurance Agency.