Talk:American Century Investments
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I'm torn on this one. Seems notable enough to me, since the company has been on the list of best companies to work for three different times ... but the current article reads like advertizing... Brian 15:24, 6 July 2006 (UTC)btball
Removed the advertizing and POV
It's still a pretty minimal article though, so I added a stub tag and request for expansion Brian 15:55, 6 July 2006 (UTC)btball
AFC suggested article
American Century Investments is a Mutual Fund company that is based in Kansas City, Missouri with assets totaling nearly 100 billion dollars. The company was founded by James E. Stowers, Jr. in 1958. It employs around 2,000 people. The company prides itself on not being involved in any of the financial scandals that have rocked certain Mutual Fund companies. For investing, the company relies heavily on computer generated stock screening with special algorithms based on Mr. Stowers' own financial theories. From the personal wealth Mr. Stowers produced from American Century Investments, he started the Stowers Insitute, a 2 billion dollar biomedical research facility.
The company guiding pricinciples include:
•Providing Value for our Investors •Challenging our People •Building a Financial Sound Company •Being Adaptive and Innovative •Working with Integrity
Please re-write this article
The whole article is an advertisement. Provide facts about your company, don't talk up your services. When you make claims on accomplishments you must site sources. The purpose of Wikipedia is to provide facts and history, like an encyclopedia. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2hamburgers (talk • contribs) 06:18, 7 July 2011 (UTC)
This is standard language (at least the first paragraph) but the 2nd paragraph is about Stowers and his wife. Notable indeed, but for his entry not American Century Investments.--WondoMathias (talk) 20:45, 24 March 2016 (UTC)
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