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Books: Morgan to Mitchell

THE LORDS OF CREATION—Frederick Lewis Allen—Harper ($3). On the evening of Dec. 12, 1900, 38-year-old Charles M. Schwab met the elder J. P. Morgan for the...

Education: Castle and College

Once upon a time (in Loretto, Pa.) humble little St. Francis College had a rich neighbor and alumnus who lived across the road in a $3,000,000 mountain castle...

Business: Good Faith

"Rip Van Winkling is no excuse" was the astonishing accusation hurled by New York Supreme Court Justice William H. Black last summer against Bethlehem Steel's...

Business: Inconceivable

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers has 14,000 members, among them Bethlehem Steel's Charles M. Schwab. Mr. Schwab was president of the society in...

Business & Finance: Mr. Schwab Suggests

Addressing the British Chamber of Commerce, Charles M. Schwab advocated increased cooperation in the international steel trade, and suggested that...

SHIPPING: Many Years After

Just seven years ago, Bainbridge Colby, personal friend of President Wilson, invited two steel men to lunch at Washington. Mr. Colby, later Secretary of...

LABOR: Bituminous Hearings

Millionaires' Day was held in Washington last week, this time by the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee in its bituminous coal investigation.* The...

Sport: Carol v. A. A. A.

Mr. Charles M. Schwab was a stage driver in his youth and is proud of it. Mr. Charles M. Ward is a nephew of Mr. Schwab. Last week Mr. Ward asked the...

MANAGEMENT: Slimming the Bonus

Ever since the late Charles M. Schwab took over Bethlehem Steel in 1905 and set about making it the nation's No. 2 steelmaker (after U.S. Steel), the company...

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