Charles Merrill

Charles Merrill

An American stockbroker. In 1915, he co-founded the company that created Merrill Lynch and was able to avoid much of the Great Crash of 1929 by diversifying his investments. Merrill was noted for investing in retail chains, notably Safeway and the company that became K-Mart. He lived from 1885 to 1956.
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Charles Merrill and Kevin Boyle are founders of a group called Citizens Against Discrimination.
Groves, Ralph Klinepeter, Daniel Klingerman, and Scott Pennwell; Class B directors to serve for a two-year term to expire in 2005, Henry Dunn, William Hawkins, Charles Merrill, John Rhodes, Richard Szeles, and Russell Twigg; Class C directors to serve for a one-year term to expire in 2004, Lawrence Allison, Lawrence Bitner, Thomas Lennox, Robert Moisey, Richard Rynone and Anthony Ventello.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- Charles Merrill, an environmentalist did not at first realize how revered and powerful to its Aboriginal group of origin the churinga stone actually is.
Charles Merrill, a co-founder of the gay rights group Citizens Against Discrimination plans to appeal the case.
Charles Merrill, 72, a gay rights leader, stated, "I will be approaching the Temple Mount out of love and forgiveness to those who hate us.
June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Charles Merrill (72) and his same-sex partner Kevin Boyle (52) have created huge momentum in their civil disobedience initiative of not paying Federal Income Tax because they cannot have the same tax benefits as other married couples.
Contact for interview: Charles Merrill 835 North Rose Avenue Palm Springs, CA 92262 760 219 1121 charlesmerrill3@aol.
Contact: Charles Merrill 835 North Rose Avenue Palm Springs, CA 92262 760 219 1121 Charles6@aol.
June 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Gay activist and iconoclast Charles Merrill, 73, a self-made millionaire, artist, fervent atheist and cousin of the co-founder of Merrill Lynch, is enjoying a prolific period of creativity by addressing his social concerns in his art.
March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Activist and artist Charles Merrill, who gained notoriety last year by not filing his federal income tax return in protest of the unfair federal tax laws for domestic partners, is now taking on another challenge.
Broadway Gallery is pleased to present Charles Merrill, artist, gay activist and iconoclast.
CONTACT: Michael Grace for Charles Merrill, +1-310-666-6154