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Barron's

A weekly periodical that provides information on American markets and securities. It is divided into four sections, covering technology companies, mutual funds, the past week's securities performance, and the financial outlook. Barron's is published by Dow Jones & Company.
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Awarded one of the Top 1,000 advisors in the United States by Barron's Magazine in February 2013
1bn in assets under management, has been honoured as one of the Top 30 Independent Advisory Firms in the US by Barron's magazine.
Barron's magazine has named Jeanie Wyatt, CFA, CEO and chief investment officer of South Texas Money Management (STMM) to its 2016 national list of top 100 women financial advisors, the company said.
com, is pleased to announce that Barron's Magazine has named Place Trade to their “Best for Frequent Traders” list for 2013.
Joey Small of Little Rock has been named as one of the Top 1000 financial advisers by Barron's magazine.
1 social networking site, plunged as much as 11 percent on Monday after critical comments were published in Barron's magazine on Saturday suggesting shares weren't more than $15.
Print advertising revenue at Barron's magazine fell 9.
was pretty good in January if you only look at the company's weekly Barron's magazine or its Ottaway Newspapers community publication division.
could be overvalued in light of slower unit sales and a lawsuit filed on behalf of its door-to-door sales representatives, according to Barron's magazine.
Shares in Texan supply chain management software company, i2 Technologies Inc, raced ahead by 22% to close at $26 on Monday, apparently due to a favorable write up in the latest issue of Barron's magazine.
issued a response to a July 8 Barron's magazine article claiming Sunbeam manipulated its accounting procedures to pump up profits.
The company did, however, respond to an article in this week's issue of Barron's magazine quoting unnamed former and current employees as saying that management regularly pressured the accounting staff into transferring funds from client hospital accounts into Cohr's own coffers.