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  2. Davy Group - Wikipedia

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    The only child aged just 20 when he began his investment relationship with Davy using some €5m inherited from his dead parents, was "not a person in the full of their intellectual, physical and mental health", the judge said and "should have been obvious to any observer of average perception" and many tests carried out on him showed "alarming ...

  3. Fakhr al-Din II - Wikipedia

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    Fakhr al-Din ibn Qurqumaz Ma'n (Arabic: فخر الدين بن قرقماز معن, romanized: Fakhr al-Dīn ibn Qurqumaz Maʿn; c. 1572 – March or April 1635), commonly known as Fakhr al-Din II or Fakhreddine II (Arabic: فخر الدين الثاني, romanized: Fakhr al-Dīn al-Thānī), was the paramount Druze emir of Mount Lebanon from the Ma'n dynasty, an Ottoman governor of Sidon ...

  4. Sinclair Broadcast Group - Wikipedia

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    In January 2019, Sinclair launched an OTT multi-channel streaming service Stirr providing free streaming access to local Sinclair station content as well as on-demand shows and films. On February 13, 2019, Sinclair and the Chicago Cubs announced a new regional sports network, Marquee Sports Network , to start in 2020 with exclusive rights to ...

  5. Wells Fargo - Wikipedia

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    It is the third-largest brokerage firm in the United States as of the third quarter of 2010 with $1.1 trillion retail client assets under management. [3] Wells Fargo Advisors was known as Wachovia Securities until May 1, 2009, when it was renamed following Wells Fargo's acquisition of Wachovia Corporation .

  6. Capital asset pricing model - Wikipedia

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    The model assumes that all active and potential shareholders have access to the same information and agree about the risk and expected return of all assets (homogeneous expectations assumption). [citation needed] The model assumes that the probability beliefs of active and potential shareholders match the true distribution of returns.

  7. Paul Krugman - Wikipedia

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    Paul Robin Krugman (/ ˈ k r ʊ ɡ m ə n / KRUUG-mən; born February 28, 1953) is an American economist and public intellectual, who is Distinguished Professor of Economics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and a columnist for The New York Times.

  8. Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act - Wikipedia

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    When the two chambers could not agree on a joint version of the bill, the House voted on July 30 by a vote of 241–132 (R 58–131; D 182–1; Ind. 1–0) to instruct its negotiators to work for a law which ensured that consumers enjoyed medical and financial privacy as well as "robust competition and equal and non-discriminatory access to ...

  9. List of American Greed episodes - Wikipedia

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    Case 1 details a scheme to solicit information from Wall Street bankers using strippers, as well as steal insider trading tips, by the traders David Pajcin and Eugene Plotkin. Case 2 follows Al Parish, an economics professor and financial advisor self-dubbed "Economan," who is suspected of scamming $80 million in an investment scam.