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  1. Giants of Finance: Charles Dow

    Find out how this financial visionary helped everyday people enter the world of finance. ...
  2. A History Of Wall Street Profitability

    Learn about the performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Averages (DJIA) through the ...
  3. Wall Street History: A Robber Baron And A Beer ...

    This week in financial history sees the birth of Bud and the richest man in history.
  4. On This Day In Finance: July 3 - Dow Jones Publishes ...

    On July, 3, 1884, Dow Jones & Company published its first stock market index.
  1. Who owns Dow Jones & Company?

    Learn how the purchase of Dow Jones & Company by News Corp. included the acquisition of The Wall Street Journal, Barron's ...
  2. When did the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) begin?

    Discover how the Dow Jones Industrial Average, first published in 1896, was created as a way to inform investors of the overall ...
  3. When was the Dow Jones Industrial Average first calculated?

    Charles Henry Dow was born on a farm in Connecticut on November 6, 1851. Farming didn't suit Charles Dow, however, so he ...
  1. 5 Of The Biggest Fraternities And Sororities ...

    About a quarter of America’s biggest companies’ CEOs have been members of a frat ...
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