Lessons From Merrill’s First 100 Years From Founder’s Son
As Merrill Lynch approaches its 100th anniversary, Its founder's son, Winthrop Smith, talks to ThinkAdvisor about its heroes and one villain in particular.
Merrill Resolving Legal Issues; Adds ETF Suite to Edge
BofA-Merrill Moves to Settle Lawsuit With Black Brokers
The lawsuit, which alleges discrimination and was initiated in 2005, could be resolved for a reported $160 million as early as Tuesday.
Online Art Transactions Gain Momentum
Experts say it’s best to stick with reputable galleries and websites to mitigate the possible risks involved.
Thain Is New CEO of Merrill Lynch
Merrill Lynch says it hired former NYSE Euronext CEO John Thain to replace the brokerage firm's ex-CEO and chairman, Stan O'Neal, who "retired" on October 30, six days after the firm announced a write
O'NEAL RESIGNS AS CEO; WHAT'S NEXT FOR MERRILL?
Merrill Lynch Chairman and CEO Stan O'Neal's retired on October 30, six days after the firm announced a write-down of some $8 billion due to its mortgage-related holdings; that amount represents about