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New York Post
Guggenheim ‘bank wrecker’ could get $100M exit packageAlexandra Court, the Guggenheim Partners executive who has been on leave from t
New York Post / Posted yesterday
Alexandra Court, the Guggenheim Partners executive who has been on leave from the investment firm for more than four months, is negotiating an exit package that could reach nine figures, The Post has learned. Court has been on sabbatical since June... Read more
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New Kerala
WPEO Announces Award Winning Done Deals Completed This Year With Women Business Enterprises - newkerala news #279972Energy; AARP; Ampcus; Avis Budget Group; Capital One; Interpublic Group; Micros
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
Energy; AARP; Ampcus; Avis Budget Group; Capital One; Interpublic Group; Microsoft Corporation; Wells Fargo; Guggenheim Partners; Pfizer Inc.; Atlas; Broadleaf; Coranet; Meadows Office Interiors; TCGI; Highroad Press; The Studio.... Read more
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Gulf News
Ford to slash $14b in costs, cut car models under new CEOworld’s impression of Ford is that they are behind on a lot of these technologi
Gulf News / Posted 16 days ago
world’s impression of Ford is that they are behind on a lot of these technologies,” Emmanuel Rosner, an analyst with Guggenheim Partners, said in an interview.That notion was reinforced Monday when Ford’s crosstown rival GM — which already... Read more
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Reuters
Paper maker Appvion files for bankruptcyheadquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin and owned by its employees, said in June i
Reuters / Posted 18 days ago
headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin and owned by its employees, said in June it had hired investment bank Guggenheim Partners LLC to address its $440 million debt load amid declining sales due to consumers’ switch to electronic... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Disney and Altice reach deal, averting a blackout for 2.6 million New York customershave fallen. “We believe both sides have financial and reputation risk should
Los Angeles Times / Posted 18 days ago
have fallen. “We believe both sides have financial and reputation risk should Optimum lose access to the programming,” Guggenheim Partners media analyst Michael Morris wrote in a recent report. Disney has been under pressure to boost revenue... Read more
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Adelaide Now
With US stocks, growth trumps qualitythrowing in the towel because they can't make sense of the market, that is a si
Adelaide Now / Posted 18 days ago
throwing in the towel because they can't make sense of the market, that is a sign that things are about to turn," said Guggenheim Partners LLC global chief investment officer Scott Minerd. Part of the reason quality does not work as well as it... Read more
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Herald Sun
With US stocks, growth trumps qualitythrowing in the towel because they can't make sense of the market, that is a si
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
throwing in the towel because they can't make sense of the market, that is a sign that things are about to turn," said Guggenheim Partners LLC global chief investment officer Scott Minerd. Part of the reason quality does not work as well as it... Read more
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The Courier Mail
With US stocks, growth trumps qualitythrowing in the towel because they can't make sense of the market, that is a si
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
throwing in the towel because they can't make sense of the market, that is a sign that things are about to turn," said Guggenheim Partners LLC global chief investment officer Scott Minerd. Part of the reason quality does not work as well as it... Read more
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18d
News.com.au
With US stocks, growth trumps qualitythrowing in the towel because they can't make sense of the market, that is a si
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
throwing in the towel because they can't make sense of the market, that is a sign that things are about to turn," said Guggenheim Partners LLC global chief investment officer Scott Minerd. Part of the reason quality does not work as well as it... Read more
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Reuters
When it comes to U.S. stocks, growth trumps qualitythrowing in the towel because they can’t make sense of the market, that is a si
Reuters / Posted 20 days ago
throwing in the towel because they can’t make sense of the market, that is a sign that things are about to turn,” said Guggenheim Partners LLC global chief investment officer Scott Minerd. Part of the reason quality does not work as well as it... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Invesco to buy Guggenheim's ETF businessInvesco Ltd. has agreed to purchase Guggenheim Partners' ETF business in a $1.2
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 22 days ago
Invesco Ltd. has agreed to purchase Guggenheim Partners' ETF business in a $1.2 billion deal that will be announced Thursday, according to sources with knowledge of the deal. Invesco will acquire Guggenheim's suite of 79 ETFs, which have $37 billion... Read more
23d
Greenwich Time
Greenwich Library elects 3 new board membersin Spain. He has more than 30 years of experience in investment banking for ene
Greenwich Time / Posted 23 days ago
in Spain. He has more than 30 years of experience in investment banking for energy clients and is a senior adviser at Guggenheim Partners. “Our family is a big fan and user of the library,” More said. “In addition, my mother was a librarian... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Greenwich Library elects 3 new board membersin Spain. He has more than 30 years of experience in investment banking for ene
Darien News-Review / Posted 23 days ago
in Spain. He has more than 30 years of experience in investment banking for energy clients and is a senior adviser at Guggenheim Partners. “Our family is a big fan and user of the library,” More said. “In addition, my mother was a librarian... Read more
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FOX Business
Why Facebook, Sprint, and TripAdvisor Slumped Todaycould come as early as next month.TripAdvisor gets a poor review Finally, shar
FOX Business / Posted 24 days ago
could come as early as next month.TripAdvisor gets a poor review Finally, shares of TripAdvisor fell 7%. Analysts at Guggenheim Partners kept their rating on the online travel stock at neutral, but they reduced their estimates for revenue... Read more
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FOX Business
Why Facebook, Sprint, and TripAdvisor Slumped Todayas next month.TripAdvisor gets a poor review Continue Reading Below Finally,
FOX Business / Posted 24 days ago
as next month.TripAdvisor gets a poor review Continue Reading Below Finally, shares of TripAdvisor fell 7%. Analysts at Guggenheim Partners kept their rating on the online travel stock at neutral, but they reduced their estimates for revenue... Read more
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Business Insider
Reports are swirling that Guggenheim CEO might resign as he's forced to deny that he bought a $13 million mansion for a female executiveGuggenheim Partners, a $290 billion investment firm with ties to the family beh
Business Insider / Posted 28 days ago
Guggenheim Partners, a $290 billion investment firm with ties to the family behind New York's Guggenheim museum, is being rocked by a leadership crisis that's now broken into the city's tabloids. In the last 24 hours the company has refuted multiple... Read more
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New York Post
Guggenheim CEO denies links to female exec’s $13M mansionGuggenheim Partners, for months battling media reports of C-suite turmoil, trie
New York Post / Posted 29 days ago
Guggenheim Partners, for months battling media reports of C-suite turmoil, tried once again on Wednesday to tamp down such talk. Chief Investment Officer Scott Minerd told a TV interviewer that various reports of infighting are “complete... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Guggenheim's CEO said to seek control of insurer in shake-up(Bloomberg)—Mark Walter, the billionaire chief executive of Chicago-based Gugge
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 29 days ago
(Bloomberg)—Mark Walter, the billionaire chief executive of Chicago-based Guggenheim Partners, is in discussions to take control of one of the firm’s insurance units as the $290 billion company fractures, according to people with knowledge of the... Read more
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New York Post
Guggenheim Partners CEO might step downGuggenheim Partners’ billionaire co-founder Mark Walter is considering stepping
New York Post / Posted 30 days ago
Guggenheim Partners’ billionaire co-founder Mark Walter is considering stepping down from his post as CEO, according to reports. Walter is considering forming a holding company that would house one of Guggenheim’s insurance units as well as his... Read more

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