Citations with the tag: WALL Street (New York, N.Y.)
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- Hevesi reports greater fiscal surplus for New York City, credits Wall Street.
Kruger, Daniel // Bond Buyer; 12/19/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30296, p25
Reports that New York City's surplus for fiscal 1998 could be more than the city had been predicting thanks to Wall Street. Details on the the city's tax collections for the first nine months of 1997 from Wall Street; Projection of tax revenues from Wall Street for the year 1997; Comments from...
- Taking stock of Wall Street
Kruger, Daniel // Cobblestone; Apr90, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p4
Recounts how a small street on the tip of Manhattan Island grew to become one of the leading financial centers in the world, Wall Street. Importance of New York in colonial America; New York's thriving trade and the growth of the securities market; Wall Street's relationship to the stock market.
- Historic Wall Street.
Holmes, J. // Cobblestone; Apr90, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p6
Describes the origins of Wall Street in the Dutch colony's capital city New Amsterdam which later became New York City. Henry Hudson claims the island which would later become Manhattan for the Dutch in 1609; Path next to the fence built at the northern limits of New Amsterdam is called Wall...
- The curb.
Ashworth, K.H. // Cobblestone; Apr90, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p18
Recounts the history of the Curb market on Wall Street. Brokers excluded from the buttonwood brokers' stock exchange traded outdoors becoming known as curbstone brokers. Trading stocks at the corner of Wall and Hanover streets in the 1850s; Expanding into Broad Street; Developing hand signals...
- Wall Street, Texas, U.S.A.
Nocera, J. // Esquire; Sep90, Vol. 114 Issue 3, p93
Compares the Wall Street of today to the Texas oil boom and bust of the early 1980s. How the market has grown; Sandy Weill; His return to Wall Street.
- In tapes we trust.
Byron, C. // New York; 10/23/89, Vol. 22 Issue 41, p40
Describes the secret telephone taping of stock market transactions being done by Wall Street firms. Potential for seizures of tapes; Privacy and legality issues; Taping industry.
- Revenge of the nerds.
Cramer, James J. // New York; 12/25/95-1/1/96, Vol. 28 Issue 51, p44
Compares the nineties to the eighties and what the changes have done to life on Wall Street.
- Wall Street vs. services.
Cramer, James J. // Crain's New York Business; 03/24/97, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p34
Provides statistical information on how business services have expanded on Wall Street, New York City, from August 1995 to January 1997.
- Chasing the bull.
Burke, Jeanne // Treasury & Risk Management; Jan/Feb98, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p24
Discusses the performance of treasurers on Wall Street. Information on the impact of the merger between Morgan Stanley and Dean Witter; Response of treasurers to the merger; Statements from Morgan Stanley's chairman, Philip Purcell; Value of the merger. INSETS: Goldman dances to a different...
- `The street':R.I.P.?
Sullivan, C.C. // Buildings; Apr93, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p16
Reports on how Wall Street is losing its holding power as many banks and companies relocate to midtown buildings. Forty Wall Street as the world's tallest ghost town; Where the companies are relocating; Business incubator program; Interesting note.
- End bailout backlash with peace accord.
BUDOWSKY, BRENT // Hill; 3/25/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 35, p30
In this article the author comments on the issue regarding the end bailout backlash occurring in Wall Street and Washington.
- An outside leader is needed.
Stoddard, Bud; Imerman, Roger; Jones, Mark // Crain's Detroit Business; 11/10/2008, Vol. 24 Issue 45, p8
No abstract available.
- Wall St. firms eye big bond assignments.
Lentz, Philip // Crain's New York Business; 3/25/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p3
Reports the sale of bond underwritings by Wall Street firms in New York. Role of the city in municipal bond issues; Use of debts to plug projected budget gap; Details on the bragging rights and revenues offered to winners. INSET: SELLING BONDS.
- WALL STREET.
Richards, Kristina // Harper's Bazaar; Apr2001, Issue 3473, p116
Focuses on business establishments in Wall Street, New York City.
- Finance museum reopens on Wall Street.
Yurcan, Bryan F. // Westchester County Business Journal; 1/14/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p3
The article reports that the Museum of American Finance, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, was reopened in a new home at 48 Wall Street in New York City on January 2, 2008. It comprises of 30,000 square feet of space for permanent interactive exhibits on the financial markets, money,...
- Skyrocketing pay makes research analysts the envy of Wall Street.
Copulsky, Erica // Investment Dealers' Digest; 05/11/98, Vol. 64 Issue 19, p28
No abstract available.
- Animated and interactive design lights up financial district.
Morton, David Simon // Architectural Record; May1998, Vol. 186 Issue 5, p266
No abstract available.
- Senators preparing for final Wall Street reform vote this week.
Brush, Silla // Hill; 5/18/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 54, p6
The article reports on the Senate Democrats preparing to vote for the final Wall Street Reform legislation within the week of May 16-22, 2010 amidst opposition from the Republicans and the industry.
- Labor groups descend on K Street to protest Wall Street lobbyists.
Heflin, Jay // Hill; 5/18/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 54, p21
The article provides information on the protest organized by labor groups on May 17, 2010 against the lobbyists of the Wall Street Reform.
- Irrationality all around with the mobs.
Sowell, Thomas // Indianapolis Business Journal; 11/14/2011 Supplement, p10B
No abstract available.
- Talks with analysts impact Wall Street's perception.
Porter, David P.; Dunn, Leslie D. // Crain's Cleveland Business; 04/28/97, Vol. 18 Issue 17, p25
Looks at the impact that behind-the-scenes communications with securities analysts have on how a company is perceived by Wall Street. Risk involved in the communications between analysts; Reason for the enactment of the `safe harbor' in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 by...
- Commercial bankers, Wall Streeters more at home on each others' turf.
Horowitz, Jed // American Banker; 9/24/93, Vol. 158 Issue 184, p4
Reports on the migration by traders, capital market specialists and investment bankers towards commercial banks. Implications of the migration; Banks involved in the recruitment of Wall Streeters; Challenge to the banking management; Example of the blending of managerial styles; Role of the...
- Market report.
Horowitz, Jed // Traffic World; 03/30/98, Vol. 253 Issue 13, p43
Presents information relting to stock on Wall Street which reached a record high for the week ending March 24, 1998. Reference to rising oil prices; Detailed information on the Dow Industrial Average; Information on CSX Transportation Incorporated damage report; Details on the shares of J.B....
- Temporary Wall St.
Feiden, Doug; Mirabella, Alan // Crain's New York Business; 2/7/94, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p6
Reports on the increasing number of temporary workers at Wall Street in New York City, New York. Estimates of number of employees being hired on temporary basis; Reluctance to add permanent employees despite revenue gains; Types of workers being hired temporarily.
- Who's Who in Wall Street Law Firms.
Feiden, Doug; Mirabella, Alan // Investment Dealers' Digest; 9/10/2001, Vol. 67 Issue 34, pN.PAG
Presents information about law firms at Wall Street in New York City. Addresses and contact information of the firms; Highlights of significant transactions of securities offerings by firms.
- Who's Who in Wall Street Law Firms.
Feiden, Doug; Mirabella, Alan // Investment Dealers' Digest; 10/8/2001, Vol. 67 Issue 37, pN.PAG
Presents information on law firms of Wall Street, New York city. Office location of Sidley Austin Brown & Wood (SABW) and affiliated partnership firms; Chairman of the executive committee of SABW; Securities offerings of SABW.
- LIGHTEN UP, PAs: OPPORTUNITY BECKONS.
Lugo, Denise // Investment Dealers' Digest; 2/3/2003, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p34
Discusses the need for personal assistants and secretaries employed at Wall Street firms in New York to allow her boss to make the decision about who to talk to. Role of the secretary in making deals and relationships; Need for secretaries to let the executive decide which calls he wishes to take.
- Wall Street revisited sparks hope for future generation.
Hauke, Kennan // Indianapolis Business Journal; 10/21/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 32, p39
Presents the author's reflections on working in Wall Street in New York City. Difficulties of living in the city; Relocation of the author and his wife to Indiana in 1999; Author's ability to profit from the worst bear market since the 1930s; Author's feeling that he is quietly dominating Wall...
- Drink stocks followed the Wall Street yo-yo.
Hauke, Kennan // Beverage World; 12/15/97, Vol. 116 Issue 1649, p14
Reports that in October 1997 beverage stocks in the United States dropped as Wall Street stock markets decreased. Statistical information on the beverage stocks progress.
- Pre-boom Wall ST.
Hauke, Kennan // Crain's New York Business; 06/09/97, Vol. 13 Issue 23, p6
Comments on the auctioning of one of the oldest photographs of Wall Street. History of the photograph; Expected bidding price of the photograph.
- Financial district may change for good, some worry about future.
Kugler, Sara // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 11/5/2001, Vol. 12 Issue 17, p18
Reports on the impact of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 on the financial district in New York. Relocation of companies whose office space was damaged in midtown Manhattan or New Jersey; Total office space destroyed in the attack on the World Trade Center.
- Your Liquid Capital -- A Dire Emergency.
Blackman, Irving L. // Modern Machine Shop; Dec2008, Vol. 81 Issue 7, p38
The author criticizes the entire business model of Wall Street, New York, given the 2008 economic condition of the U.S. He claims that Wall Street has become obsolete and the collapse of the DOW is one example of its failure. He cites Wall Street's safe investment is in effective as it brings...
- A fare share.
Rentmeester, Marlien // New York; 10/13/97, Vol. 30 Issue 39, p30
Looks at the practice of sharing taxicabs on Wall Street in New York City. Methods to employ so that one does not sit sandwiched in the middle; The joy of riding shotgun; The respectful adherence to the code of silence.
- Wall St. has confidence in Symantec.
Morrissey, Jane // PC Week; 6/14/93, Vol. 10 Issue 23, p132
Reports on the announcement of Symantec Corp. that it will take one-time charges of $12.1 million for its quarter ending July 3. Comments of Wall Street analysts; Symantec's restructuring of its service operations; Acquisition of Contact Software International Inc.; Quarterly losses; Reasons for...
- Apple stock dips after warning of earnings shortfall.
McGuire, Mike // PC Week; 6/14/93, Vol. 10 Issue 23, p132
Reports on Apple Computer Inc.'s earnings for the second half of fiscal 1993. Apple's warning to Wall Street over its earnings; Effects of the price war on Apple's gross margins; Apple's announcement of lower dealer prices and suggested retail prices.
- Toward a Cultural History of Wall Street.
Fraser, Steve // Raritan; Winter2003, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p1
Discusses the cultural history of Wall Street, which is known for its financial activities, in New York City. Reputation of Wall Street in the U.S.; Characteristics of the place; Description of life in Wall Street.
- Notes and Comments.
Fraser, Steve // New Yorker; 1/10/1983, Vol. 58 Issue 47, p21
The article provides the outlined plan of action of a stockbroker as he is leaving Wall Street, New York City. The stockbroker plan includes the kind of clothes that he is going to wear, the things he wanted to get, invitation for beach girls, and the kinds of food he is going to have. He also...
- Real Wall Street reform.
Fraser, Steve // Hill; 4/29/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 47, p24
A blog regarding the financial reform legislation in the U.S. is presented.
- Jesse shakes down Wall Street.
Carnegie, Marc // American Spectator; Apr98, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p30
Comments on the decision of Jesse Jackson to set up an office on Wall Street in New York City. Significance of the move; Account of disappointments in Jackson's career; Purpose of the Wall Street Project of Jackson; Information on the conference organized by Jackson atop the World Trade Center.
- Wall Street bonuses set to soar once more.
Munckton, Stuart // Green Left Weekly; 7/8/2009, Issue 801, p15
The article reports on the recovery of business in Wall Street, New York after suffering from the economic crisis which include the comeback in compensation and benefits for employees in 2009.
- Welcome to CDO World!
Granberg, Al // Pro Publica; 8/22/2010, p20
The article offers information on the service of self-dealing money machine by the banks in Wall Street, New York City.
- Passage from India leading to Wall Street.
Elstein, Aaron // Crain's New York Business; 1/2/2006, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p9
The article reports that for the past decade, Wall Street, New York City has turned to India in search of investment opportunities and cheap labor to staff sales call centers or perform administrative tasks. Now, with its economy growing rapidly and its companies coming of age, India is starting...
- "VIRTUALLY UNKNOWN IN WALL STREET"
Atwood, Albert W. // Saturday Evening Post; 7/17/1937, Vol. 210 Issue 3, p23
Focuses on the richest and most influential businessmen in the U.S. Misconception of people about business leadership; Reason for the popularity of Wall Street, New York City; List of unknown millionaire businessmen in the U.S.
- Bullish on Bellinis.
Keil, Beth Landman; Mitchell, Deborah // New York; 10/16/98, Vol. 31 Issue 40, p9
Reports that the Ciprianis are forging ahead with plans to transform Wall Street in New York City from a financial district to a neighborhood. The plans to open a hotel; Negotiations to purchase a second building on Wall Street; The plans including a garage, movie theater, and a supermarket.
- Bad boys of '80s return to Wall St.
Willis, Gerri // Crain's New York Business; 4/18/94, Vol. 10 Issue 16, p15
Reports on the resurgence of risk arbitrageurs to Wall Street. Background history on the rise of arbitrageurs; Job responsibilities; Trends in stock repurchases; Examples.
- The Big Rage in Investor Lawsuits.
O'Connor, Colleen Marie // Investment Dealers' Digest; 6/17/2002, Vol. 68 Issue 24, p15
Focuses on the initial public offering laddering charges filed against Wall Street firms in New York. Number of the securities litigation cases filed; Definition of the laddering; Restriction on the bank's ability to pay.
- WALL STREET OUTRAGE.
O'Connor, Colleen Marie // Tennessee Tribune; 3/4/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p4A
In this article the author discusses the issues regarding the increased of bonuses for financial executives to 25%, despite the fact that millions of Americans are not employed.
- Tell Congress to stand up for consumers, not Wall Street bankers.
O'Connor, Colleen Marie // Southern Illinois Labor Tribune; 6/9/2011, Vol. 74 Issue 45, p12
The article reports on the effort of the Wall Street and congressional Republicans to protect implementation of the Wall Street Reform law, which would help protect the abuses that made the 2007 financial meltdown and resulted to the loss of millions of jobs in the U.S. in 2011.
- Casting a ballot for TV.
Hiestand, Jesse // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition; 10/22/2002, Vol. 375 Issue 37, p15
Reports that as of October 28 2002, $1 billion is projected to have spent on political advertising on television in the United States in wake of the ensuing Election Day on November 5, 2002. Increase in the earnings of companies with significant television holdings; Assertion of Wall Street...
- Dear Occupy: Sorry We Missed Your Birthday.
Shaw, Michael // BAGnewsNotes; 9/19/2012, p1
The article offers the author's perspective on the demonstration at the Wall Street in New York City. The author talks about the popularity of the movement, wherein the Wall Street protesters were referred by "Time" magazine as its Person of the Year. He also expresses his frustrations on how...