Indianapolis' Traub & Co. to shut down; would rather fold than change owners
- Traub settles mutual fund charges. // Indianapolis Business Journal;12/02/96, Vol. 17 Issue 37, p10A
Reports that Indianapolis, Indiana stockbrokerage firm Traub has settled charges that one of its employees illegally sold mutual funds to investors who ultimately lost tens of thousands of dollars. Terms of the settlement.
- Traub pulls plug as chief resigns. Pletz, John // Indianapolis Business Journal;11/10/97, Vol. 18 Issue 34, p1
Announces Indianapolis, Indiana-based broker dealer Traub & Co. Inc. Investments' plan to close its doors effective December 31, 1997 following the resignation of Donald A. Morrison as president. Highlights of the memo sent to employees on October 22 informing them of the move; Reason for the...
- Traub overhauls executive ranks. // Indianapolis Business Journal;01/13/97, Vol. 17 Issue 44, p9
Reports that Indianapolis, Indiana brokerage executive King Traub has relinquished the presidency of Traub and Co. to Donald A. Morrison III.
- Traub's president quits; Firm foresees merger or closing ... Williamson, Tammy // Bond Buyer;11/04/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30266, p31
Reports the Traub and Company president Donald Morrison's resignation effective on November 1, 1997. Assets of the company; Problems encountered by the company; Financial information about the company from the Securities Data Company.
- Traub may close, sell by end of the year. Pletz, John // Indianapolis Business Journal;10/27/97, Vol. 18 Issue 32, p3
Reports that the brokerage firm Traub & Co. will be closing and expected to be sold by the end of 1997. Comment of Chip Traub, vice president of Traub & Co. on the closure of their business; Information about the company; Earnings of the company for 1994.
- Dollar liabilities from U.S. business failures increase 29 percent during 1995. Duncan, Joseph W. // Business Credit;Mar1996, Vol. 98 Issue 3, Dun & Bradstreet Looks... p1
Focuses on business failures in the United States in 1995. Level of failure in industry sectors.
- Business failures steady for third consecutive year. Duncan, Joseph W. // Business Credit;Apr97, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p51
Reports that dollar liabilities associated with business failures in the United States declined by nine percent. Comparison of dollar liabilities in 1996 with those for 1995; Statistics on business failures in the construction sector; Outline of some of the factors that can contribute to...
- Business failures rise for the first time in three years. Duncan, Joseph W. // Business Credit;Jun98, Vol. 100 Issue 6, p65
Announces that the number of business failures in the United States increased by 16 percent in 1997 compared to 1996, according to the Dun and Bradstreet Corporation. Number of business failures in 1997; Which sectors had most of the business failures; What sectors did not have business...
- Business failures. // Business News New Jersey;12/27/95, Vol. 8 Issue 24, p26
Looks at business failures. Suggestion of business failures to be hard times or optimism; Figures for business failures from mid-1970s through the 1980s; Statistics for business failures for 1991 to 1994; What business failures reflect.