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The bank's largest shareholders include Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc., with a stake of about 3.5 percent. 26 at a hospital in Buffalo, New York, following a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.
real estate developer whose Sellar Property Group developed London's Shard skyscraper, the tallest tower in western Europe.
roadside diners specializing in Southern-style breakfasts served 24-hours-a-day at more than 1,800 locations. Died March 3 from cardiac arrest at his home in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Founded New York-based Kekst & Co., the dominant public-relations firm for mergers and acquisitions, with clients such as former Inc. and Silicon Valley venture-capital company Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Died April 18 from heart disease at his home in Las Vegas. The Lehman Brothers executive who opened an early investment pipeline between Wall Street and Israel that helped finance companies such as Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, the world's largest generic drugmaker.
Economist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology best known for developing arbitrage pricing theory in 1976 and other models that shaped economic theory and investment management. Died March 20 from congestive heart failure at his home in Pocantico Hills, New York. Former Irish Republican Army leader and Sinn Fein leader who helped negotiate peace in Northern Ireland after decades of sectarian violence. Died March 28 in a Johannesburg hospital following brain surgery. Billionaire who diversified his family's Pittsburgh-based coal and coke fortune and provided startup funding for private-equity firm KKR & Co. He became the foremost critic of excessive compensation after four decades advising board directors on how to justify paying their chief executives top dollar. Rose from filing clerk at a Calcutta trading company to chairman of the London Metal Exchange.
After Britain's defeat in America, Christopher of the Queen's Rangers relocated to Canada where he served the royal government in various capacities. Robinson descended from this "Hewick" line of the Robinson family. Original seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth-century manuscripts, official documents, sketches, and photographs, as well as copies of original letters and documents relating to Charles W. All items are bound in two volumes, Original Family Papers Virginia and Canada 1684-1798 and Family History Papers I: Records, Wills, Lawsuits, Herald's College Correspondence, etc., with board covers accented with leather bindings.
In addition to members of the Robinson family, notable names discussed in the collection of documents include: Richard Corbin, Ralph Wormeley, Albert W.