Business & Finance: Wall Street Week

¶ Robert Albert Haughey (pronounced Hoy) went neither to Groton nor Harvard, but did put in "a few years" at Muhlenberg College. He plays poor golf, does not ride to hounds, has no relatives at J. P. Morgan's. At 27 he has been in Wall Street barely long enough to learn the ropes with his Uncle Harold at Hoppin Bros. Last week young Broker Haughey found himself scheduled to get Richard Whitney's seat on the New York Stock Exchange.. He had not asked for it, had merely filed a bid of $59,000. Since this...

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