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November 20, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
Charles Schwab Corp. said it would buy investment research firm SoundView Technology Group Inc. for about $321 million, adding a stable of analysts who primarily follow tech firms. Schwab's plan initially is to provide SoundView's research to the brokerage's institutional clients. Analysts said Schwab hoped to bring in more trading business from those clients, as trading by small investors remains well below its peak in 2000. Schwab would pay $15.50 a share in cash.
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November 20, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
Charles Schwab Corp. said it would buy investment research firm SoundView Technology Group Inc. for about $321 million, adding a stable of analysts who primarily follow tech firms. Schwab's plan initially is to provide SoundView's research to the brokerage's institutional clients. Analysts said Schwab hoped to bring in more trading business from those clients, as trading by small investors remains well below its peak in 2000. Schwab would pay $15.50 a share in cash.
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November 14, 2001 | Associated Press
Spending on information technology in the United States is expected to rise just 1.5% in 2002, a relatively small increase that nonetheless offers some hope for the troubled high-tech sector, according to results of a new survey. The report released Tuesday by the Gartner Inc. research firm and the SoundView Technology Group Inc. investment bank was based on interviews with 1,000 corporate technology buyers and high-tech vendors at a recent symposium.
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November 23, 2002 | From Bloomberg News
Electronic Data Systems Corp. shares rose 7.8% on speculation that the world's second-largest seller of computer services might be bought by larger rival IBM Corp. Electronic Data gained $1.21 to $16.70 on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday; it traded as high as $17.35. The stock had declined 77% this year and hit a 16-year low Sept. 24. There is a "low probability" of IBM acquiring Electronic Data, said John B. Jones, an analyst with SoundView Technology Group Inc.
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July 30, 1999 | JONATHAN GAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ingram Micro Inc., the world's largest distributor of computer products and Orange County's largest company, said Thursday it slowed its profit slide, reporting net income that matched Wall Street's expectations. The Santa Ana-based company said second-quarter earnings fell 9.5%, to $50.3 million, or 34 cents a share, from $55.6 million, or 37 cents a share, in the same year-earlier period. Sales for the quarter ended July 3 grew 37%, to $6.8 billion from $5 billion.
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