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  2. Shearson approaches customer service with a unique structure that makes our firm shine above the rest, the Shearson Team. Each member of our team has a specialty – an area that he or she has excelled in for many years. While at many of the larger firms a client may be matched with one broker for all decisions and transactions, at Shearson, the client may be in touch several of us.

  3. Shearson - Wikipedia

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    Shearson was the name of a series of investment banking and retail brokerage firms from 1902 until 1994, named for Edward Shearson and the firm he founded, Shearson Hammill & Co. Among Shearson's most notable incarnations were Shearson / American Express, Shearson Lehman / American Express, Shearson Lehman Brothers, Shearson Lehman Hutton and finally Smith Barney Shearson. For its first eight decades, the firm operated independently and merged with several Wall Street securities firms including

  4. Shearson, Hammill & Co. - Wikipedia

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    Shearson, Hammill & Co. was a Wall Street brokerage and investment banking firm founded in 1902 by Edward Shearson and Caleb Wild Hammill. The firm originally built its business as a stock broker as well as a broker of various commodities, particularly grain and cotton. The firm was a member of the New York Stock Exchange, the Chicago Stock Exchange and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

  5. Shearson Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. -- Company History

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    Shearson Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. is one of the largest investment banking firms in the United States. The company is known for its expertise in mergers and acquisitions, having taken over some 40 firms during its rise to prominence, including such older firms as Hayden Stone, Shearson Hammill & Company, Loeb Rhoades, Hornblower & Company, Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb, and E.F. Hutton.

  6. What does Shearson mean? - definitions

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    Shearson was the name of a series of investment banking and retail brokerage firms from 1902 until 1994, named for Edward Shearson and the firm he founded, Shearson Hammill & Co. Among Shearson's most notable incarnations were Shearson / American Express, Shearson Lehman / American Express, Shearson Lehman Brothers, Shearson Lehman Hutton and finally Smith Barney Shearson.

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  8. Shearson Reported To Acquire Hutton In a $1 Billion Deal

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    According to the latest available figures, Shearson is the second-largest investment house on Wall Street in terms of equity capital, with $3.25 billion, following Salomon Brothers, with $3.5 ...

  9. Shearson Lehman Brothers Inc - Company Profile and News

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    Follow along as he lays out the blueprint for his career, and takes us all the way from his first sketch to his thriving personal brand, Spunge. Also streaming on your TV: Markets Markets Deals Odd...

  10. Shearson Financial Services LLC - Company Profile and News

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    Shearson Financial Services, LLC provides brokerage services. The Company offers trading, private placement of securities, financial planning, and investment advisory services.

  11. Peter A. Cohen - Wikipedia

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    Shearson went on to acquire Lehman Brothers Inc. in 1984 and EF Hutton in 1988. During Cohen's career at Shearson, the firm made 24 acquisitions. In 1988, Cohen was a key player in the leveraged buyout of RJR Nabisco. Cohen and Shearson Lehman supported the company's CEO F. Ross Johnson in a proposed $17 billion buyout.