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  2. Arthur Levitt - Wikipedia

    Levitt's name was eventually added to the firm's when it was renamed Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt in the mid-1960s; through a series of mergers the firm eventually evolved into Shearson Loeb Rhoades. This experience with retail customers was a source of his interest in the small investor. After sixteen years on Wall Street, Levitt became the ...

  3. Sanford I. Weill - Wikipedia

    In 1962 the firm became Carter, Berlind & Weill after the New York Stock Exchange brought disciplinary proceedings against Potoma. In 1968, with the departure of Arthur Carter, the firm was renamed Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt (Marshall Cogan, Arthur Levitt), or CBWL jokingly referred to on Wall Street as "Corned Beef With Lettuce".

  4. Scholarships Search - Next Gen Web Solutions

    A. Brean Murray enjoyed many successes throughout his professional career at such companies as IBM, Cogan, Berlind, Weill and Levitt, where he worked as a partner. Mr. Murray also served as an Official at the American Stock Exchange, as a Director of the Doral Financial Corporation, and as CEO of Brean Murray & Co., which he founded in 1973.