B. Riley Research Analysts Win Top Rankings In Wall Street Journals 19th Annual Best on the Street

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B. Riley Research Analysts Win Top Rankings In Wall Street Journal’s 19th Annual Best on the Street

B. Riley Research Analysts Win Top Rankings In Wall Street Journal’s 19th Annual Best on the Street

B. Riley Research Analysts Win Top Rankings In Wall Street Journal’s 19th Annual Best on the Street

LOS ANGELES, CA, April 27, 2011–B. Riley & Co., LLC, (B. Riley) www.brileyco.com, a leading independent investment bank which provides a full array of corporate finance, research, sales, and trading services announced that in the recently released Wall Street Journal’s 19th Annual Best on the Street survey, B. Riley analyst Kevin Liu took the #1 spot in the Software category and analyst Dave Kang placed #2 in the Telecommunications Equipment category.

“This prestigious recognition is particularly timely as we prepare for our 12th Annual B. Riley Investor Conference, scheduled for May 23-25, 2011 at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel,” said Ian Corydon, B. Riley Director of Research. “It has been a year of multiple recognitions for our analysts and for our research team as a whole.”

Earlier this year, B. Riley Research was ranked #1 based on returns on its 2010 BUY recommendations according to the Research League Tables published by INVESTARS. For the period January 1, 2010 thru December 31, 2010, B. Riley’s BUY recommendations returned 44.6%, which placed it at the top in all categories tracked by Investars, including Regional, Major Fundamental/Bulge Bracket, Specialized/Sponsored, and Quantitative League Tables.

Earlier this year Kevin Liu earned the #2 spot in the 3rd Annual Forbes Blue Chip Analyst Awards published by Forbes in collaboration with Zacks Investment Research.

Past Performance is not indicative of future returns. This is not an offer or solicitation for any securities.

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