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February 13, 2001 | Associated Press
Zions First National Bank confirmed Monday that it is buying a 24.5% stake in Roth Capital Partners LLC, a Newport Beach investment firm specializing in small and mid-size high-tech stock offerings. The Salt Lake City bank, a subsidiary of Zions Bancorporation, said it will pay $16.5 million to become the second-largest shareholder behind Roth Capital's chairman, Byron Roth, who will remain the majority shareholder. Zions will not have a seat on Roth Capital's board.
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May 26, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
Money manager Euro Pacific Capital of Newport Beach said Tuesday that it had bought the international brokerage division of rival Roth Capital Partners, another Newport Beach firm. Euro Pacific said the deal would bring it about 1,700 new clients and nearly $100 million in assets, boosting its total assets to more than $350 million. Euro Pacific, headed by Peter Schiff, focuses primarily on foreign investing. Schiff is well known for being bearish on U.S. assets. He believes the large U.S.
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May 26, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
Money manager Euro Pacific Capital of Newport Beach said Tuesday that it had bought the international brokerage division of rival Roth Capital Partners, another Newport Beach firm. Euro Pacific said the deal would bring it about 1,700 new clients and nearly $100 million in assets, boosting its total assets to more than $350 million. Euro Pacific, headed by Peter Schiff, focuses primarily on foreign investing. Schiff is well known for being bearish on U.S. assets. He believes the large U.S.
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February 13, 2001 | Associated Press
Zions First National Bank confirmed Monday that it is buying a 24.5% stake in Roth Capital Partners LLC, a Newport Beach investment firm specializing in small and mid-size high-tech stock offerings. The Salt Lake City bank, a subsidiary of Zions Bancorporation, said it will pay $16.5 million to become the second-largest shareholder behind Roth Capital's chairman, Byron Roth, who will remain the majority shareholder. Zions will not have a seat on Roth Capital's board.
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February 15, 2001 | Dow Jones
Interplay Entertainment Corp., an Irvine interactive entertainment company, said Wednesday that it expects to report a fourth-quarter loss of 15 cents to 20 cents a share on revenue of $30 million to $32 million. A First Call/Thomson Financial survey of three analysts projected the company will post earnings of 3 cents a share for the fourth quarter and a loss of 20 cents a share for the year.
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February 22, 2001 | PAT MAIO, DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
The stock market may be anemic, but life couldn't be better for Roth Capital Partners LLC, a Newport Beach investment banking firm. There's a lot of interest in Roth Capital's annual growth-stock conference this week in Dana Point since Roth is making overtures to become one of Southern California's premier investment banking companies. Zions Bancorporation recently bought a stake in Roth, creating a buzz around the two-day conference.
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