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Kenneth W. Dolbeare, Esq., and W. Nelson Edmunds, Esq., were the key editors at The Takeover Stock Report for a combined seven years before launching their own competitive report in October of 2003, Stewart Henry Research. Building on its success, Stewart Henry acquired The Takeover Stock Report (and its database of deals going back to 1996) in December of 2005. Dolbeare and Edmunds have been proud to offer the "new and improved" TSR to the professional investment community for the past twelve years. They are confident their experience, expertise, and time-tested partnership will make it an invaluable addition to your research toolbox.

Dolbeare co-founded Stewart Henry Research in 2003, prior to which he had been a principal editor at The Takeover Stock Report since 1999. Before that, he was in-house counsel for First Virginia Banks, since acquired by BB&T. He is a graduate of the George Mason University School of Law where he concentrated in Corporate and Securities Law. During law school, Dolbeare served as a law clerk to the Honorable Bruce Levine at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. He also had the privilege of studying antitrust law under then-Professor William Kovacic, former Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission. In 2003, he was elected to the Board of Governors of the Antitrust, Franchise, and Trade Regulation Section of the Virginia State Bar. Before attending law school, he was a bank examiner with the Federal Reserve for six years. He earned his Bachelor's degree in finance with a minor in economics from James Madison University. Dolbeare co-founded The Takeover Stock Report-Europe.

Edmunds co-founded Stewart Henry Research in 2003, prior to which he had been a principal editor at The Takeover Stock Report since 2000. Before that, he was an associate at the Richmond, Virginia office of Williams Mullen. He represented corporate clients in the Energy & Environmental and the Governmental Affairs sections of the firm, and is a member of the Business Law Section of the Virginia State Bar. Before entering the private sector, he was a Committee staffer for the US House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, and also worked for Congressman Benjamin Cardin of Maryland. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Baltimore School of Law where he served as Executive Editor of the Law Review.