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STREET MOVES: Guggenheim Partners Adds Five Senior Bankers From Barclays

Guggenheim Partners said it hired five senior bankers from Barclays (BCS), including Senior Managing Director Andrew Taussig, to boost its coverage of the retail, apparel and restaurant industries.The group also includes Ryan Mash, the former head of retail M&A at Barclays, Senior Managing Director Spencer Hart, and Managing Directors Matthew Pilla and Ken Harada.Guggenheim, run by Los Angeles Dodgers' controlling owner Mark Walter and former Bear Stearns Cos. Chief Executive Alan Schwartz, has been on a hiring spree lately.Last week it named Glenn Schiffman a senior managing director focused on advising media clients. Mr. Schiffman, who is the former head of investment banking and chief executive of Nomura Securities North America and an ex-Lehman Brothers banker, joined Guggenheim from The Raine Group.Earlier this month, Guggenheim named Michael Henkin as senior managing director and co-head of its restructuring group. Mr. Henkin joined after 14 years at Jefferies & Co. Inc.In recent...

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  6. Rumor Control

    Former SEC Chairman David Ruder discusses the pledged crackdown on the Wall Street rumor mill.

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    Digicel Chairman Denis O'Brien on his outlook for Ireland's economy.

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  9. Former Bear Insider on 'Bear Trap'

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    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino weighs in on why former financial giant crashed and burned when the housing market collapsed.

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    Clinton leaves hospital after surgery

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    Hulu has hired Guggenheim Partners to advise on a sale of the company, even as the financial services firm is considering making its own bid for the video streaming ...

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    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on Citigroup’s handling of Vikram Pandit’s exit as CEO.

  3. SEC Launched 'Informal Inquiry' Into Pandit's Exit

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    Amateur astronomers recruited to find evidence of aliens

  5. Search for Alien Life

    Monitoring space signals

  6. Help wanted: Track down life in outer space

    Astronomers seek volunteers in California

  7. Justice Dept. Backing Off Investigation of J.P. Morgan?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on the Justice Dept. claiming it is only conducting a preliminary inquiry into J.P. Morgan, not an investigation.

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