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  2. Edward Jones (statistician) - Wikipedia

    Edward Davis Jones (October 7, 1856 – February 16, 1920) was a U.S. statistician and journalist. Jones is best known as the "Jones" in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and as a co-founder of The Wall Street Journal

  3. Edward D. Jones - Wikipedia

    Edward D. Jones & Co. In 1922, he founded Edward D. Jones & Co. in St. Louis as a conventional brokerage house. In 1942, Jones paid $21,000 plus $4,000 in transfer fees for a seat on the New York Stock Exchange. In 1943, Edward D. Jones & Co. merged with Whittaker & Co., which was established in 1871 and was then the oldest brokerage firm west ...

  4. Edward Jones Investments - Wikipedia

    Edward Jones was founded by Edward D. Jones in St. Louis, Missouri in 1922. ( A different Edward D. Jones was a co-founder of Dow Jones.) Edward Jones' son Edward D. "Ted" Jones was responsible for the creation of the individual branch network, which has spread across rural communities and suburbs throughout the US and Canada.

  5. List of companies that halted U.S. political contributions in ...

    In January 2021, a number of companies halted their political contributions in the United States, primarily in response to some Republican legislators' objections to certification of the 2021 United States Electoral College vote count and the ensuing mob that attacked the U.S. Capitol.

  6. Edward Jones - Wikipedia

    Edward Jones (Methodist preacher) (c. 1741–after 1806), nicknamed "Ginshop" Jones, Welsh Calvinistic Methodist preacher in London. (Edward) Michael Gresford Jones (1901–1982), Bishop of Willesden and later of St Albans. Edward Jones (missionary) (1807–1865), African American missionary to the colony of Sierra Leone.

  7. Edward P. Jones - Wikipedia

    Edward Paul Jones was born and raised in Washington, D.C.. He was educated at Cardozo High School, the College of the Holy Cross, and the University of Virginia. His first book, Lost in the City, is a collection of short stories about the African-American working class in 20th-century Washington, D.C.

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