THE Wall Streeter whose advice is most often sought by U.S. businessmen is Sidney J. Weinberg, 67, who now has the oracle's seat once occupied by Bernard Baruch. As a senior partner of Goldman, Sachs & Co., one of The Street's top ten banking houses, Weinberg has won an enviable reputation as an underwriter skilled at judging the new issue market just right. His most recent success was selling $350 million of Sears, Roebuck debentures—history's biggest debt offering—in a bond market so soggy that some underwriters doubted the issue could be marketed at...

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