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Andrew Carngegie and the Rise of Big Business


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as railroad yardmaster and truck driver delivering steel to construction sites. Add scanned books from the Internet Archive add works page. Topics for Discussion and a, free Quiz on, andrew Carnegie and the Rise of Big Business by Harold. He also had to gain knowledge into finances and other wealthy businessmen.

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Morgan buys Carnegie Company and all its holdings for 480,000,000. APA, mLA, chicago, andrew Carnegie and the Rise of Big Business. Org item description tags) archiveorg andrewcarnegieri00live width560 height384 frameborder0 webkitallowfullscreentrue mozallowfullscreentrue. He felt that he had to eclipse his fathers success. Carnegies early life was characterized by a series of job changes. The author moves through the key phases in Carnegies life, highlighting his greatest achievements. This, in turn, made him a better manager and paved the way to his astounding success as an industrialist. However, as his business grew to mammoth proportions he became more desensitized to his workers. A lot of Carnegies success lay in his recognition of when a risk was warranted, as well as his courage to take that risk. His wife Louise dies in 1946 and his daughter Margaret has four children but none are in the steel business.


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