Jim Weddle of Edward Jones tells the story of his classic car

Don’t miss this: Jim Weddle, managing partner of Edward Jones, and one of his classic cars, a 1937 Cord 812 Phaeton, are the subject of a fun story and photos in Wednesday’s Wall Street Journal.

“Forty-two years ago, my wife Stacey and I moved to Connersville, Indiana, to open a branch office of the investment company Edward Jones,” Weddle told the paper. “I had been an intern at the St. Louis headquarters while getting my MBA, and this was my first ‘real’ job.”

With that move,…

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