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Mitchell Zuckoff

A robber baron in Barron's house

By Mitchell Zuckoff
May 12, 2007

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IN JULY 1907, Clarence Barron stopped by the offices of Dow Jones & Company to join more than 100 people anxiously awaiting the announcement of a dividend from the Southern Pacific Company. Before the news broke, Barron's employees surprised him with a Gorham silver loving cup, to honor both the 20th anniversary of his founding of the Boston News Bureau, ... (Full article: 698 words)

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