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United States steel; a corporation with a soul Item Preview remove-circle. 26 The beginnings and the operation of the United States Steel Corporation are outlined in Berglund, Abraham, The United States Steel Corporation: A Study of Growth and Combination in the Iron and Steel Industry (New York, ), Cotter, Arundel, The Authentic History of the United States Steel Corporation (New York, ), Tárbeli, Ida M.

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Chrysler Corporation--History. About the Author Paul A. Tiffany is Assistant Professor of Management at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He is editor of Twentieth-Century Steel, a volume in The Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography, has written numerous articles on the modern steel industry, and has served as a consultant to the United States Steel Corporation, the American Iron and Steel.

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Created by the United States Steel Corporation (also referred to as U. Steel), the logo contains three hypocycloids (diamond shapes). The three hypocycloids mean: steel lightens your work, brightens your leisure and widens your world. The Authentic History of the United States Steel Corporation.

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United States Steel: A Corporation With a Soul. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, Dow, Jones & Co. A Decade. The Progressive Era was among the most volatile times for the economy and labor in American History. Daniel E. Saros explores the institutional and economic conditions of this time, revealing new insight into the regulated nature of industry and the conditions of labor.

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Started init was the largest business enterprise ever launched during that period. The company was founded by prominent businessmen—Andrew Carnegie, J.P.

Morgan, Charles Schwab and Elbert Gary. Reviewed by R. Bryer University of Warwick. This is a book of extracts from the annual reports of the United States Steel Corporation from its formation towhich are claimed by the editor to represent “ milestones in the history of financial reporting in the United States” [Introduction, unpaginated].

Charles M. Schwab, (born Feb. 18,Williamsburg, Pa., U.S.—died Sept. 18,New York City), entrepreneur of the early steel industry in the United States, who served as president of both the Carnegie Steel Company and United States Steel Corporation and later pioneered Bethlehem Steel into one of the nation’s giant steel producers.

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