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September 28, 1993 | ALAN CITRON and JOHN LIPPMAN
For people watching the Paramount Communications circus, one of the best sideshows is the battle of the investment banking stars. It's got chills (reputations are on the line), thrills (what's the strategy?) and even some well-known animal acts (names withheld for obvious reasons). Representing Paramount are Felix G. Rohatyn and Steven Rattner of Lazard Freres & Co. Viacom's friendly bid is being handled by Smith Barney Shearson's Robert Greenhill and Bear Stearns' Alan (Ace) Greenberg.
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September 28, 1993 | ALAN CITRON and JOHN LIPPMAN
For people watching the Paramount Communications circus, one of the best sideshows is the battle of the investment banking stars. It's got chills (reputations are on the line), thrills (what's the strategy?) and even some well-known animal acts (names withheld for obvious reasons). Representing Paramount are Felix G. Rohatyn and Steven Rattner of Lazard Freres & Co. Viacom's friendly bid is being handled by Smith Barney Shearson's Robert Greenhill and Bear Stearns' Alan (Ace) Greenberg.
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BUSINESS
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.
BUSINESS
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.
BUSINESS
January 11, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Smith Barney Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Robert Greenhill quit and was replaced by Jamie Dimon of Travelers Group, the brokerage's parent company. . . . Standard & Poor's Ratings Group gave an investment grade rating of AA-/A+ to the $5 billion of debt that Walt Disney Co. has registered to offer to help finance its $19.5-billion acquisition of Capital Cities/ABC Inc.
BUSINESS
April 7, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Morgan Stanley Cut Top Officers' Pay: Morgan Stanley Group Inc. reduced incentive compensation for its top six officers by one-third last year because the company's return on equity declined. Morgan's compensation committee called the company's 1992 performance "generally strong overall." The decline in return on equity led Morgan Stanley to reduce the bonuses given to Chairman Richard Fisher and President Robert Greenhill to $2.86 million each in 1992 from $4.
BUSINESS
June 25, 1987
Securities Industry Assn. Chairman John Bachmann told the Senate Banking Committee that the SIA supports reducing the time for disclosure of a purchase of 5% or more of a company's stock to one day from 10 days but does not think the disclosure requirement should be reduced to 3% from 5%, as the bill would do. Robert Greenhill, representing the Capital Markets Group of First Boston Corp., Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Morgan Stanley & Co.
BUSINESS
November 19, 1993 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Viacom Inc. has accused a leading entertainment industry investment bank of exploiting confidential information to help Viacom's opponent in the takeover battle for Paramount Communications Inc. In court papers released Thursday, Viacom alleges that Allen & Co. gained access to confidential Paramount information when it worked on a Paramount/Viacom merger proposal in 1990--and is now using that information to help QVC Network Inc. in its hostile bid for Paramount. Allen & Co.
BUSINESS
April 13, 1994 | From Bloomberg Business News
Growth in chief executives' compensation flattened out last year because of more activist corporate boards, but it continues to rise much faster than most peoples' paychecks. Bonuses and salaries rose 9.4% for top executives last year, according to Gary Lyons, who studies compensation issues at Washington-based Institutional Shareholder Services Inc., while long-term compensation, which includes stock options, rose 13.2%. Both rates are about even with last year's when adjusted for inflation.
BUSINESS
December 26, 2008 | Bloomberg News
Builders, florists and blacksmiths are counting their losses along with financiers and hedge fund managers in the bankruptcy of the Yellowstone Club, a private ski and golf enclave in the Montana Rockies. The club, where Persian rugs line the ski lodge and a trail is named Learjet Glades, sought protection from creditors Nov. 10, brought down by the founders' divorce, profligate spending and a real estate slump. Members such as investment banker Robert Greenhill, founder of Greenhill & Co.
BUSINESS
May 2, 1995 | From Times Wire Services
Smith Barney Inc., which has struggled to expand its securities and investment banking empire overseas, is reportedly holding talks with London-based S.G. Warburg Group about a possible merger. The largest British investment bank has been the subject of takeover speculation since late December, when a planned merger with New York-based Morgan Stanley & Co. collapsed amid a dispute about the value of Warburg's investment management company, Mercury Asset Management.
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