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Arthur Levitt: Career Highlights


-- Drama Critic, Berkshire Eagle, 1952.

-- U.S. Air Force, 1952-54.

-- Assistant Promotion Director, Time Inc., 1954-59.

-- Cattle trader, Oppenheimer Industries, Kansas City, Mo, 1959-62.

-- Retail broker, Carter, Berlind & Weill, which later became known as Cogan, Berlind, Weill & Levitt. The firm then acquired Hayden Stone, and Shearson Hamill and adopted the moniker Shearson Hayden Stone. 1963-78

-- President, Shearson Hayden Stone (now part of Citigroup), 1969-78.

-- Chairman, American Stock Exchange, 1978-89.

-- Chairman, American Business Conference, 1980-89.

-- Owner, Levitt Media Co. (publisher of Roll Call, the newspaper of Capitol Hill), 1989-93.

-- Chairman, New York City Economic Development Corp., 1990-93.

-- Chairman, Securities & Exchange Commission, 1993-present.

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