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January 12, 1999 | Associated Press
Goldman, Sachs & Co.'s Jon Corzine stepped down as co-chief executive Monday, ceding his management role just weeks after the elite investment bank reported poor year-end performance. Corzine, 52, who will keep the title of co-chairman, will focus on reviving plans to sell Goldman Sachs shares to the public for the first time. Day-to-day control of the 130-year-old partnership will be divvied among Henry Paulson Jr.
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January 12, 1999 | Associated Press
Goldman, Sachs & Co.'s Jon Corzine stepped down as co-chief executive Monday, ceding his management role just weeks after the elite investment bank reported poor year-end performance. Corzine, 52, who will keep the title of co-chairman, will focus on reviving plans to sell Goldman Sachs shares to the public for the first time. Day-to-day control of the 130-year-old partnership will be divvied among Henry Paulson Jr.
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September 24, 1998 | From Bloomberg News
EBay Inc., operator of the most active Internet auction site, raised $63 million Wednesday in the first initial public stock offering to hit the market in four weeks. The San Jose-based company sold 3.5 million shares at $18 each, the top of the $16-to-$18 range set by lead underwriter Goldman, Sachs & Co. Goldman raised the expected range by 13% earlier Wednesday, from $14 to $16.
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September 30, 1995 | From Bloomberg Business News
Corporate marriages, propelled by high stock prices, ready financing and rising economies, are poised to shatter the record for mergers set last year. Global mergers and acquisitions totaled $564 billion in the first nine months of the year, a 43% increase from a year earlier and just shy of the $575 billion in 1994, the full-year record, according to preliminary information from Securities Data Co., a Newark, N.J., company that tracks mergers.
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December 19, 1986 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, Times Staff Writer
A Chicago manufacturer alleged Thursday that Wall Street speculator Ivan F. Boesky made $20 million more in illegal profits in its stock than the government has charged. FMC Corp. sued Boesky, several of his associates and its own investment banking firm for $260 million in the affair. It is the first lawsuit filed by a corporation claiming that it was victimized by Boesky's trades. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Chicago. The Securities and Exchange Commission on Nov.
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October 6, 2007 | TOM PETRUNO
Most investors probably are hoping that the market turmoil of the last few months is blowing over. But if it's just a prelude to a much more serious financial shakeout, Howard Marks and Bruce Karsh are ready to pick up the pieces. Marks, Karsh and their team at Los Angeles-based Oaktree Capital Management have built a $47-billion investment portfolio in large part by stepping into situations other investors are fleeing.
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