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   Henry Clay Frick and the Carnegie Steel Company

Page entitled : Climax of the Carnegie Frick feud

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How a provoked dispuste over coke transfer prices led to the destitution of Henry C. Frick,  an attempt to disown him by Andrew Carnegie and eventual incorporation

Extract :
... the coke company supplies the Carnegie steel plants at $1.35 per ton, a great advantage to the steel company in light of the market price which had reached $3.50 per ton . But Henry Frick instructed Thomas Lynch, the company’s president, to refuse and invoice at higher but still reasonable prices ranging from $1.45 to $1.75 per ton,  ...

 

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