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Globe 100 | No. 2 - State Street Corp.

Battered but unbeaten

As others struggled, Boston financial giant State Street emerged from the federal bailout

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By Beth Healy
Globe Staff / May 19, 2009

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Among the world's largest money managers, with $1.4 trillion in its hands, State Street Corp. posted record earnings of $1.8 billion in 2008. It's the only company in financial services that ranks anywhere near the top of the Globe 100 list. State Street made the number two slot despite - and partly because - 2008 was the worst year for ... (Full article: 633 words)

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