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  2. Charles E. Merrill - Wikipedia

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    Charles Edward Merrill (October 19, 1885 – October 6, 1956) was an American philanthropist, stockbroker, and co-founder, with Edmund C. Lynch, of Merrill Lynch (previously called Charles E. Merrill & Co.).

  3. Charles E. Merrill | American businessman | Britannica

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    Charles E. Merrill, in full Charles Edward Merrill, (born Oct. 19, 1885, Green Cove Springs, Fla., U.S.—died Oct. 6, 1956, Southampton, N.Y.), American investment banker who guided his company through a series of mergers that resulted in the creation of the brokerage firm of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc., the largest in the ...

  4. Charles E. Merrill - Leadership - Harvard Business School

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    Merrill Lynch & Company1940–1956. Industry: Finance. Era: 1940. Merrill created the main street brokerage by founding the Merrill-Lynch Company. He was the first investment banker to realize that chain stores would one day dominate retailing and handled underwriting for at least 25 retail stores (such as S.S. Kresge – now K-Mart and Safeway ...

  5. Charles Merrill | Encyclopedia.com

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    Charles E. Merrill (1885-1956) was the founder of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, the world's largest brokerage firm. A brilliant market analyst and salesman, he reorganized the investment industry to attract small investors into the stock market.

  6. Charles E. Merrill Jr. - Wikipedia

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    Charles Edward Merrill Jr. (August 17, 1920 – November 29, 2017) was an American educator, author, and philanthropist, best known for supporting historically black colleges and founding the Commonwealth School in Boston.

  7. Merrill, Charles | Encyclopedia.com

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    Overview. As cofounder of Merrill, Lynch & Co. in 1914, Charles E. Merrill launched a Wall Street dynasty that would long outlive him. Building on the slogan "Bring Wall Street to Main Street," he designed his business around middle-class investors, not stock exchange insiders.

  8. Charles Merrill: the Crucial Importance of Lanterns in Young ...

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    Charles E. Merrill, Jr., a crucial lantern, died in November at age 97. A son and heir to the founder of Merrill Lynch, he endowed a scholarship that opened up the whole world to me as a young 18-19-year-old Black girl from a small segregated South Carolina town — a priceless gift.

  9. Charles Edward Merrill, Sr. (1885 - 1956) - Genealogy - Geni.com

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    Charles Edward Merrill (October 19, 1885 – October 6, 1956) was an American philanthropist, stockbroker and co-founder, with Edmund C. Lynch of Merrill Lynch & Company (previously called Charles E. Merrill & Co.). Early years . Charles E. Merrill, the son of physician Dr. Charles Merrill and Octavia (Wilson) Merrill, was born in Green Cove ...

  10. About Us Our Founder, Charles E. Merrill, Jr. Born in 1920 to financier Charles E. Merrill and Elizabeth Church Merrill, Charles E. Merrill, Jr., spent most of his youth in New York City, and attended Deerfield Academy and Harvard.

  11. Charles Merrill, Broker, Dies; Founder of Merrill Lynch Firm

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    Southampton, L.I., Sunday, Oct. 7--Charles Edward Merrill, a directing partner of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane, investment banking and brokerage firm, died at his home on Dune Road early...