Excerpts: Encyclopedia Brittanica’s biography of J.P. Stevens John Stevens’ grandfather, Nathaniel Stevens, started in the textile industry during the War of 1812. Nathaniel’s son (John’s uncle) Moses took over the textile company and made it one of the largest in the country. His commission house prospered by selling the products of his uncle’s company. He […]
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The following quotes are excerpted from the Albertsons Companies, Inc. Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended February 24, 2018. Kim Fennebresque, Director. Mr. Fennebresque has been a member of our board of directors since March 2015. Mr. Fennebresque has served as a senior advisor to Cowen Group Inc., a diversified financial services firm, since 2008, where
Excerpts: “Bankruptcy sale marks end of Carson’s.” The sale and closings will quietly mark the end of a company started in 1854 in Amboy, Illinois, by Samuel Carson and John T. Pirie. The company relocated to Chicago in the late 1860s, where it grew into Carson Pirie Scott & Co. department store with the help
Excerpt: John Peters Stevens John Peters Stevens, also known as J. P. Stevens (February 2, 1868 – October 27, 1929) was the CEO of the J.P. Stevens Textile Corporation. He was the president of Cotton Merchants’ Association and Woolen Manufacturers’ Association. Stevens was born on February 2, 1868 in North Andover, Massachusetts to Horace Nathaniel
Excerpt: “Nomura Hires 15 Senior Bankers in the Americas.” John Sheldon has joined Nomura as Managing Director in the Consumer Retail Group focused primarily on Beverages. He has more than 35 years of investment banking experience with Consumer Retail companies and M&A. Prior to joining Nomura, John was President of First Beverage, a merchant bank
Excerpt: Bennington College John Sheldon ’77: President of First Beverage Financial and leading investment banker who has honed his expertise in mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, restructurings, and strategic partnerships in top positions at Peter J. Solomon & Company, Lazard, and Goldman Sachs Source: Bennington College
Excerpts: First Beverage Group John initially developed a strong interest in beverages during his college summers in Minnesota where he drove a beer truck for a Grain Belt distributor and then was a bartender at a leading local bar and restaurant. John is an investment banking veteran with over thirty years of experience in the
Excerpts: Graciano Corp v Baronoff, 106 A.D.3d 778, 964, N.Y.S.2d 602. The plaintiff contractor performed certain masonry work on property owned by the defendants in Suffolk County. After a dispute arose, the plaintiff commenced this action, inter alia, to recover damages for breach of contract and in quantum meruit. The defendants moved, inter alia, for
Excerpt: Steve Baronoff to Lead Merrill’s M&A Team Again Bank of America Merrill Lynch will again hand the reins of its mergers and acquisitions group to Steven Baronoff as the team’s current head, Jeffrey Kaplan, will leave to join the hedge fund Appaloosa Management, the firm said in an internal memorandum obtained by DealBook. Mr.
Excerpts: Baronoff v. Kean Dev. Co Steven Baronoff and Mindy Baronoff, petitioners v. Kean Development Company, Inc. and American Arbitration Association, respondents On June 11, 2004, petitioners entered into a construction management agreement with respondent Kean Development Company, Inc., in which Kean agreed to manage and direct the renovation of petitioners’ residence in Lloyd Harbor.