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Hancock

1. Anthony John, known as Tony. 1924--68, British comedian, noted for his radio series Hancock's Half Hour
2. John. 1737--93, American statesman; first signatory of the Declaration of Independence
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John Hancock Investments has expanded its exchange-traded fund (ETF) product lineup by launching five new sector multi-factor ETFs, the company said.
Hancock enjoyed being a multi-award winning performer, breaking down barriers with his deadpan delivery and observations on life that everyone could relate to.
The Birmingham comic will be honoured by principal guest Hugh Lloyd, MBE, who appeared with Hancock in 25 episodes of Hancock's Half Hour including his most famous show, The Blood Donor, first screened on June 23, 1961.
Hancock said that if he suffers one more injury, he might end his career.
Benson, John Hancock's president and chief executive officer, said the company returned to the Hancock name to "capitalize on the strength and familiarity of the John Hancock brand.
And Hancock had already placed a good portion of his considerable fortune at the disposal of the cause of liberty.
John Hancock Investments said it has instituted expense reductions of up to 38 percent to provide significant and immediate cost savings to investors across a range of its strong-performing funds.
Handy, a bass and percussion piece, an Ellington bop classic and, in the second half, pieces by Hancock and frequent collaborator Wayne Shorter.
John Hancock, like other newly public companies, understands that the equity markets don't look favorably on real estate holdings.
GoodWorks Insurance will provide insurance services to the Hancock Shaker Village through its local Great Barrington, Mass.
The Alamo'' was scheduled for a Christmas opening, but Disney moved it to April to give Hancock more time to edit the film.