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Barron’s Profile: Talking With John W. Rogers, Jr.
Barron’s Profile: Talking With John W. Rogers, Jr.
 
Forbes
by John W. Rogers, Jr.
January 23, 2013

"A chorus of voices continues to fret about a new normal, whereas I simply expect a return to normalcy." - John W. Rogers, Jr. in Forbes

Black Enterprise
by Mellody Hobson
October 2012

There is a difference between admiring a company for its remarkable products and buying its stock.

Morningstar
July 2012

John W. Rogers, Jr. discusses recent opportunity in Madison Square Garden and International Speedway, as well as adjustments during the Euro crisis.

Black Enterprise
by Mellody Hobson
July 2012

In her July 2012 Black Enterprise column, Mellody Hobson, President of Ariel Investments, LLC, shares her recommendations to get Americans back on track when it comes to their 401(k) savings.

Forbes
by John W. Rogers, Jr.
May 4, 2012

In his May 4, 2012 Forbes column, John W. Rogers, Jr., Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Ariel Investments, LLC, writes, "Sports is in the sweet spot of transformative technology and media that have made these pastimes even more ubiquitous and entertaining. And more lucrative."

Black Enterprise
by Mellody Hobson
April 2012

In her April 2012 Black Enterprise column, Mellody Hobson, President of Ariel Investments explains, "Why the stock market and the economy seem at odds."

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