A Classification of American Wealth
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 United States Steel Corporation

Page entitled : Valuation of U. S. Steel constituents

Content of this page is about :
J. P. Morgan's eagerness to buy Lake Superior Consolidated Iron Mines from John D. Rockefeller, the deal and a valuation table of the U. S. Steel constituent companies

Extract :
...  the United States Steel Corporation was formed under the laws of New Jersey with an authorized share capital of $1’100’000’000. It was the first corporation in the World to be capitalized in excess of $1 billion and a lasting tribute to America’s greatest investment banker. The following constituent companies were acquired with their outstanding share capital to be exchanged at the stated ratios  ...


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