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June 25, 1993 | SCOT J. PALTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Primerica Corp., seeking to bolster the financial clout of its soon-to-be-merged Smith Barney Shearson securities brokerage, on Thursday named one of Wall Street's most respected investment bankers to head the unit. Robert F. Greenhill, 57, former president of Morgan Stanley Group, was named chairman and chief executive of Smith Barney Shearson.
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June 25, 1993 | SCOT J. PALTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Primerica Corp., seeking to bolster the financial clout of its soon-to-be-merged Smith Barney Shearson securities brokerage, on Thursday named one of Wall Street's most respected investment bankers to head the unit. Robert F. Greenhill, 57, former president of Morgan Stanley Group, was named chairman and chief executive of Smith Barney Shearson.
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October 20, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
Thomas Weisel Partners Group Inc., the investment bank founded by the former chief executive of Montgomery Securities, said it planned to raise as much as $65 million in an initial public offering. The San Francisco-based firm founded seven years ago by Thomas W. Weisel is managing its IPO together with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Keefe Bruyette & Woods Inc., a Securities and Exchange Commission filing said. The company didn't say how many shares or at what price it planned to sell stock.
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June 5, 1985 | United Press International
General Motors Corp. announced today that it is buying aerospace giant Hughes Aircraft Co. for more than $5 billion in cash and stocks in the largest merger outside of oil companies in U.S. history. GM will pay the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, owner of Hughes Aircraft, $2.7 billion in cash for all of the capital stock of Hughes Aircraft and issue to the institute 50 million shares of a new GM class H common stock. Hughes Aircraft, which has 73,800 employees, is based in El Segundo, Calif.
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March 28, 1992 | From Times Wire Services
ITT Corp. confirmed Friday that Chairman Rand Araskog has become the latest top corporate executive to cut his compensation and tie it more closely to performance. However, Morgan Stanley Group Inc. gave its senior executives big pay raises amid record earnings at the investment bank, becoming one of several Wall Street firms announcing boosts in compensation. ITT's Araskog had his compensation sliced by a third in 1991, dropping to $7.6 million from $11.4 million a year earlier.
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September 13, 1993 | KATHRYN HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Viacom Inc. and Paramount Communications Inc. solemnized their vows Sunday, with the two boards approving a merger agreement that gives Viacom Chairman Sumner M. Redstone an astounding 69% of the voting stock: a degree of control seemingly unparalleled for a publicly held entertainment conglomerate. The deal ends a remarkable four-year saga that began with Paramount in the driver's seat, but ended quite differently.
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