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    J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, and John D. Rockefeller

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    Complete the "Who, What When, Where and Why" of J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, and John D. Rockefeller.

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    J.P. Morgan: Born April 17, 1837 - Died March 31, 1913. He was an American financer and banker. J.P. Morgan was responsible for the merger of two huge companies, Edison General Electric and Thomas-Houston Electric Company and as a result financed and the Federal Steel Company. He then had this company merge with Carnegie Steel Company and some other companies owned by William Edenborn. A result of all of this was J.P. Morgan forming the United States Steel Corporation. In 1857, he moved from London to New York and worked banked companies. In 1860 and until 1864, J.P. Morgan worked at his father's New York firm J. Pierpoint Morgan & Company and served as a liaison between the New York branch and his father's London branch. From 1864-1872, he worked at a company called Dabney, ...

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