In the movie, Johnson was portrayed by James Garner.
Next: Naomi Cohen: Also* *COHEN/Watkins/Safra* Note* Frank Mosier had a copyright fight over the story “Play Ball” which became the musical “Chicago” with Maureen Dallas WATKINS* Spicy….
Shearson merged with American Express in 1981 at which time he became President & Chief Operating Officer and in 1983 Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
At age 36, Cohen was by far the youngest head of a major Wall Street firm.
In 1961, Mann had his biggest hit to that time with “I Love How You Love Me“, written with Larry Kolber and a No. (Seven years later, Bobby Vinton would take the song into the Top 10.) Also in 1961, Mann himself hit the Top 40 as a performer with a novelty song co-written with Gerry Goffin, “Who Put The Bomp“, which parodied the nonsense words of the then-popular doo-wop genre and made the Top 40.
In 1991, Cohen founded the securities and asset management businesses of Republic National Bank of New York.wiki: *Weill married his wife, the former Joan Mosher* Next: *COHEN*: Peter A.Cohen is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Shearson Lehman Brothers, later known as Shearson Lehman Hutton from 1983 through 1990.Originally, he planned to execute a management-led leveraged buyout with Shearson Lehman Hutton. Following the RJR Nabisco takeover by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.led by Henry Kravis, Johnson started his own private investment company, RJM Group, Inc., based in Atlanta, Georgia.After growing restless, he went into talks that led to the Nabisco-RJ Reynolds merger in 1985.He was soon appointed President and CEO of RJR Nabisco.Johnson also serves on the advisory board of Power Corporation of Canada.He was made a trustee of Duke University and served on the advisory councils of several universities.Weill said: My mother wanted to name me after somebody whose name started with an “I”, but she couldn’t think of a name she liked.So she gave me the initial with the idea that after I was 21 I could choose whatever middle name I wanted. Mann and lyricist Cynthia Weil now operate a publishing company called Dyad Music.