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   Henry Clay Frick and the Carnegie Steel Company

Page entitled : Union Railway and Carnegie Steel corporate identity

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How after absolute victory at Homestead, Henry C. Frick built the Union Railway to physically unite the various Carnegie plants and managers' meetings to get corporate unity

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... Henry Clay Frick developed a corporate identity for the Carnegie Steel Company by gathering its operative managers and partners around a conference table to exchange ideas and information. Such Board of Managers meetings were held on a regular basis on Tuesdays and combined with a (business) lunch to save time. On Saturdays, an extended board including the superintendents, assistants, foremen,   ...


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