Charles Michael Schwab fue un magnate estadounidense del acero. Bajo su liderazgo, la empresa Bethlehem Steel se convirtió en el segundo mayor fabricante de acero en los Estados Unidos, y en uno de los exponentes de la industria pesada más importantes del mundo. En su época, fue tan popular por sus evidentes logros empresariales como por su derrochador estilo de vida, que finalmente le llevó a la ruina.
Charles M. Schwab, (born Feb. 18, 1862, Williamsburg, Pa., U.S.—died Sept. 18, 1939, New York City), entrepreneur of the early steel industry in the United States, who served as president of both the Carnegie Steel Company and United States Steel Corporation and later pioneered Bethlehem Steel into one of the nation’s giant steel producers.
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Charles Michael Schwab (February 18, 1862 – September 18, 1939) was an American steel magnate. Under his leadership, Bethlehem Steel became the second-largest steel maker in the United States, and one of the most important heavy manufacturers in the world.
29 de may. de 2018 · Charles Michael Schwab (1862-1939), American industrialist, became a multimillionaire in the steel industry but died bankrupt. Charles M. Schwab was born on Feb. 18, 1862, in Williamsburg, Pa. He graduated from high school in 1880 and 2 years later joined the steel enterprise of Andrew Carnegie as an unskilled manual laborer.
Charles Michael Schwab was a steel magnate and entrepreneur under whose leadership Bethlehem Steel became one of America’s giant steel producers. Over the course of his brilliant career in the steel industry, he served as president of both the Carnegie Steel Company and United States Steel Corporation at different points in time.
Charles Michael Apellido Schwab Nacido 18 Febrero 1862 en Williamsburg Muerto 18 Septiembre 1939 en New York Sexo masculino Nacionalidad Estadounidense Profesión empresario Signo zodiacal Acuario
Industrialist. Born in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania, to John Anthony Schwab and his wife Pauline Farabaugh, Charles Schwab early came to the attention of industrial baron Andrew Carnegie. Schwab rose to the presidency of Carnegie Steel by 1897, and became first president of the newly-organized United States Steel in 1901.