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- n. a stock broker's business; charges a fee to act as intermediary between buyer and seller
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A nasty battle has surfaced in the usually buttoned-down hotel industry, pitting Host Hotels & Resorts Inc.—the largest U.S. hotel owner—against a real-estate brokerage firm it hired to sell some of its hotels.
The land is zoned for many uses and can accommodate a marina, a ferry terminal and even a skating rink, says Geoffrey Bailey of commercial brokerage firm TerraCRG, which is exclusively marketing the site.
Her husband, Edward Mardovich, had been the president of a brokerage firm located in the South Tower of the World Trade Center.
From the Asset Management Account Comparison Chart you’ll notice that those offering business accounts include the DCA account, Edward D. Jones, IDS, Fidelity, Citibank, and most of the brokerage firm accounts.