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"Wachovia Bank in the mid-2000s. As an employee, it was acquired through stock options that I exercised and then held. I kept waiting for the next 52-week high before selling. I had other WB options that never got exercised before the stock bombed in ...
news.morningstar.com · 7/26/2015
why did Wachovia promptly go belly up after Steel invested $16 million of his own money on one million shares of Wachovia's stock? The conspiracy is bunk, of course. "It's preposterous and laughable to say that we're involved in a conspiracy theory with ...
Daily Beast · 10/8/2008
Wells Fargo has now snatched Wachovia out of the jaws of Citigroup ... So on net most people should like this deal, unless they're Citigroup shareholders. (Citi's stock is down 13% this morning.) I can see why Vikram Pandit didn't feel he could afford ...
Upstart Business Journals · 10/3/2008
It says money raised by issuing stock and "the capital investment from the government" - that's the taxpayer bailout - "will enable us to finance the Wachovia acquisition." And Wells Fargo may not be done. It's also said to be looking into possibly buying ...
CBS News · BySharyl Attkisson · 2/9/2009
That's the philosophy behind asset allocation ... stock market. "In '98, the stock market was going through the roof while Real Estate Investment Trusts were losing ground," says Doug Charney, senior vice president of the Charney Investment Group of ...
bankrate.com · 5/1/2007
It might seem unsporting to say this at a time when stocks, particularly financial stocks ... It once owned the naming rights to the New England Patriots' stadium. Wachovia. Its name graced the hockey and basketball arena in Philadelphia before the ...
Crain's New York Business · ByAaron Elstein · 8/21/2011
The company: Net-lease REIT listed on the New York Stock Exchange (SRC). Specializes in single-tenant ... I’ve had so many … During my career at the Parker Poe law firm, Lehman Brothers, Wachovia Securities …
Commercial Property Executive · 8/28/2015
We maintain a $58 price estimate for Wells Fargo’s stock, which is slightly ahead of its current ... in the figure in Q1 2009 was due to Wells Fargo’s acquisition of Wachovia. Taking this into account, the reduction since early 2012 stands out.
Trefis · 7/13/2015
Wells Fargo, which counts Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. as its largest shareholder, doubled its size in 2008 by outmaneuvering Citigroup to purchase Charlotte-based Wachovia Corp ... and the stock’s 21 percent gain this year tops the ...
The News & Observer · 12/9/2014
Wells Fargo has become the largest Western bank when measured by its stock market value after it leapfrogged rivals ... expand its retail banking business through a $15.1bn merger with Wachovia, a deal that surprised the market because it came just four ...
Financial News · 1/5/2012
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