Thomas Ricketts (disambiguation)

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Thomas Ricketts (1901–1967) was a Newfoundlander and recipient of the Victoria Cross.

Thomas Ricketts Recipient of the Victoria Cross

Thomas "Tommy" Ricketts VC was a Newfoundland soldier and recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. Ricketts is the youngest army recipient fighting in a combatant role.

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Thomas S. Ricketts is the Chairman of the Chicago Cubs, and the Chairman, co-founder and former CEO of Incapital LL, a firm that provides securities firms and individual investors more efficient access to corporate bonds. Together with his sister Laura and brothers Pete and Todd, the Ricketts siblings serve as the board of directors for the Cubs. He is the son of TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation founder J. Joseph Ricketts. Joe Ricketts has a net worth of US$2.3 billion as of 2018 according to Forbes.

Tom Ricketts actor

Thomas B. Ricketts was a London-born American stage and film actor and director who was a pioneer in the film industry. He portrayed Ebenezer Scrooge in the first American film adaptation of A Christmas Carol (1908), and directed one of the first motion pictures ever made in Hollywood. After directing scores of silent films, including the first film to be released by Universal Pictures, Ricketts became a prominent character actor.

Tom Ricketts is a former professional American football offensive tackle in the National Football League. He played for five seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Indianapolis Colts, and the Kansas City Chiefs.

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Sam Ricketts association football player and manager

Samuel Derek Ricketts is a former professional footballer who is the manager of League One club Shrewsbury Town. His favoured position was at full back, where he was able to play on the left or right side. He was also able to play in the centre of defence.

Joe Ricketts American businessman

John Joseph Ricketts is an American businessman and philanthropist. He is the founder, former CEO and former chairman of TD Ameritrade. He has a net worth of US$2.1 billion as of 2017 according to Forbes. He has pursued a variety of other entrepreneurial ventures including, High Plains Bison, The Lodge at Jackson Fork, and The American Film Company. Ricketts also engages in philanthropy through The Ricketts Art Foundation, Opportunity Education Foundation, The Cloisters on the Platte Foundation, and The Ricketts Conservation Foundation.

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Charlie Ricketts Australian rules footballer and coach

Charles Henry Thomas "Charlie" Ricketts was an Australian rules footballer and coach in the Victorian Football League.

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<i>Strangers of the Night</i> 1923 film by Fred Niblo

Strangers of the Night is a 1923 American silent comedy film directed by Fred Niblo. It was produced by Louis B. Mayer and released through Metro Pictures.

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Ladies of Leisure is a 1926 silent film melodrama produced and distributed by Columbia Pictures. It was directed by Tom Buckingham and starred Elaine Hammerstein.

Todd Ricketts American businessman

Todd M. Ricketts is an American businessman and politician who is a co-owner of the Chicago Cubs, a member of the TD Ameritrade board of directors, and the current Republican National Committee Finance Chairman.

On November 21, 2017, the Chicago Tribune reported that developer Sterling Bay had bought a USL Championship expansion team to play in its planned sports and entertainment stadium along the Chicago River, with the goal of beginning play in the 2021 season. The stadium was previously mentioned as part of Sterling Bay's bid to bring Amazon's second headquarters to Chicago. A spokesperson for Sterling Bay confirmed that the stadium being built is not contingent on Amazon coming to Chicago, it will happen regardless. The stadium would be located in the Lincoln Park and Bucktown neighborhoods on the north side of Chicago, approximately two miles from Wrigley Field, on the former site of the A. Finkl & Sons Steel Plant.