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1975

Bob Landaas begins his career in the financial services industry.

1975

Milwaukee County Stadium hosts Major League All-Star Game.

1980

The popular Milwaukee radio show "Ask the Expert" asks Bob to be a guest.

1980

USA men's hockey team defeats heavily favored Soviet squad in Olympics "Miracle on Ice."

1981

With a few colleagues, including Ron Hansen, Bob forms First Securities Corp., an investment firm, in Greenfield, later moving to Brookfield.

1982

New York Stock Exchange has first 100 million-share trading day.

1983

TV series "Laverne & Shirley," set in Milwaukee, ends after 7-year run.

1984

Bob starts his own firm, based on providing objective, unbiased advice.

1984

411 East Wisconsin Center opens in downtown Milwaukee

1984

TV series "Happy Days," set in Milwaukee, ends a 10-year run

1986

Bob relocates to 411 Building to establish what is today Landaas & Company.

1987

Bob starts hosting "Money Talk" a Saturday morning call-in radio program.

1987

Dow Jones Industrial Average drops a record 22.6% in one day.

1989

Jean Baley joins Bob.

1989

Berlin Wall, dividing Germany in two, is torn down, signaling the end of Cold War.

1991

Dow Jones Industrial Average exceeds 3,000 for the first time.

1992

Bob starts co-hosting "Dollar Signs: Insights for the Intelligent Investor," a weekly TV show broadcast on Milwaukee Public Television.

1992

Art Rothschild joins Landaas & Company.

1992

Average daily volume on New York Stock Exchange surpasses 200 million.

1997

Brian Kilb joins Landaas & Company.

1997

New York Stock Exchange volume tops 1 billion shares a day.

1997

Green Bay Packers win Super Bowl XXXI

1999

Landaas & Company registers as a securities broker and dealer with what is now the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

1999

Ron Hansen rejoins Bob. Steve Giles joins the firm. Joy Schultz joins the firm.

1999

Morningstar underwrites "Dollar Signs;" Dow Jones Industrial Average exceeds 10,000 for the first time.

2000

Dow Jones Industrial Average jumps a record 499.19 points in one day.

2001

Milwaukee Brewers open Miller Park.

2001

Adam Baley joins Landaas & Company.

2001

New York Stock Exchange volume tops 2 bilion shares in a day.

2001

Milwaukee Art Museum completes addition designed by Santiago Calatrava.

2002

Miller Park hosts Major League All-Star Game

2005

Kyle Tetting joins Landaas & Company.

2006

After nearly two decades, Bob ends his weekly "Money Talk" radio show.

2007

Marc Amateis joins the firm.

2008

Money Talk Podcasts debut, providing weekly reviews of financial developments and insightful discussions from Landaas & Company advisors.

2008

Dow Jones Industrial Average drops a record 777.68 points in one day.

2011

Green Bay Packers win Super Bowl XLV.

2011

Isabelle Denton joins Landaas & Company.

2012

Tom Pappenfus joins Landaas & Company.

2013

Dave Sandstrom joins Landaas & Company.

2014

Bryan Becker joins Landaas & Company.

2014

From a startup with three employees, Landaas & Company has grown to a staff of 35 professionals managing more than $2.5 billion in clients' assets. (Photo during office fundraiser for Children's Hemiplegia & Stroke Association)

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