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Jeffries

Jeffries

[jef-reez]
Jeffries, James J., 1875-1953, American boxer, b. Carroll, Fairfield co., Ohio. He began boxing in 1896, and in 1899 he won the heavyweight championship from Robert Fitzsimmons at Coney Island in New York City. He retired undefeated in 1905, but returned to the ring in 1910, when he was defeated by Jack Johnson at Reno, Nev.
Jeffries is a investment bank and securities firm. The ticker symbol for the company is JEF Jeffries has offices in New York City. The CEO of Jeffries is Richard B. Handler

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