Roy Neuberger, Dead at 107

December 28th, 2010
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Bloomberg:  Roy Neuberger, a co-founder of money manager Neuberger Berman who traded stocks until he was 101 has died. He was 107.

Follow up:

He died of natural causes today at his New York home, said his son, Jim Neuberger.

“He got to Wall Street in 1929, a few months before the crash. He was 25,” his son said. “He worked every day until he was 99.”

In addition to stocks, Neuberger bought about 1,000 works of art over the years. Unlike stocks, which he traded for seven decades, Neuberger said he never sold any art.  Read more.....

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