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  2. present day State Street Corp (NYSE ticker: STT) began in 1792 as Union Bank...

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  3. This will be covered in your employee handbook but generally you have to work at a company for at least 6 months to be eligible to take a vacation. You normally accrue 0.8 days a month (this would be 10 days or 2 weeks a year). Some companies increase...

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  4. The "hurt" wouldn't involve much but an image problem in the US. All of the companies owned in the US operate separate balance sheets, so the damage would be very small, unless the US Congress decides to investigate the...

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  5. ...., Citigroup Inc., Wells Fargo & Co., State Street Corp ., Bank of New York Mellon, and Bank of ...

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  6. ... laid off or transfer officers who have more than 2 years street experience. Then they send them to a shortened 18 week academy...

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  9. You left off GM and Chrysler and many of the banks you listed were forced to take money so as to keep a secret which ones were really in trouble and many of them have paid back the tarp money as well. The question for you...

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