Merrill Lynch & Co. vice president of investment and capital markets Anthony Pizi has become a vice president responsible for projects at the firm's so-called private client, or retail brokerage group. As part of the change, Pizi transfers from the firm's 250 Vesey St., Manhattan, offices to Merrill Lynch's Princeton, N.J., offices. The shift is called a lateral move by a Merrill Lynch official.
Dow Jones Telerate is moving a number of staffers from its Harborside, N.J.-based offices to paren
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