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   Battle of the Giants - Schiff and Harriman vs Morgan-Hill

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How Jacob Schiff and E. H. Harriman secretly bought a majority of Northern Pacific stocks and how James Jerome Hill launched retaliation


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Kuhn, Loeb & Company thus started to buy Northern Pacific. Secrecy was essential, as the Morgan-Hill faction already controlled much of the Northern Pacific shares and thus could easily avert the risk by buying just a fraction of what the Schiff-Harriman group needed. They thus engaged a dozen of trustworthy brokers and spread the rumor that Northern Pacific stock was rising, because of the positive impact the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy purchase would have on its future. The explanation was logical and  ...

 

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