Business & Finance: Present

Few brokers ever achieve a public reputation, good or bad. One broker who has escaped the anonymity of his calling is Michael J. ("Mike") Meehan, head of the New York Stock Exchange firm that bears his name. He is the one man on the Floor whom visitors in the Stock Exchange gallery know by name, ask to have pointed out at Post No. 12, where he has been a specialist in Radio Corp. since that stock was listed in 1924. Mike Meehan's fame rests squarely on the fact that he ran the great pools...

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