Smith Barney's acquisition of Salomon is another vital step to global success

Tunick, Britt; Kuiper, Mark T.
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/21/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30256, p1
Trade Publication
Anticipates Smith Barney Inc.'s acquisition of Salomon Inc. Background information on the companies; Consolidation of operations at Salomon; Plans to increase public revenues for the companies; Comments from company executives on the merger. INSET: The trading floor (news on bonds), by Mark Kniper..


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