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  1. Henry Phipps Jr. (September 27, 1839 – September 22, 1930) was an American entrepreneur known for his business relationship with Andrew Carnegie and involvement with the Carnegie Steel Company. He was also a successful real estate investor.

  2. 16 de dic. de 2020 · Henry Phipps (d. 1930), who was steel magnate Andrew Carnegie's business partner, made $50 million in 1901 when Carnegie was sold to J.P. Morgan. He used that money to establish Bessemer Trust,...

  3. Henry Phipps Jr. was a lifelong friend and business partner of Andrew Carnegie. The second-largest shareholder in Carnegie Steel, he had a brilliant mind for finance and accumulated one of the 100 largest fortunes in American history. With that wealth, Phipps built extensive public parks and conservatories throughout his hometown of Pittsburgh.

  4. 17 de oct. de 2022 · Henry Phipps, Jr. (September 27, 1839 - September 22, 1930) was an American entrepreneur and major philanthropist. Biography He was the son of an English shoemaker who emigrated in the early part of the 19th century to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania before settling in Pittsburgh.

    • Philadelphia, PA
    • Philadelphia, PA, United States
    • September 27, 1839
  5. Amy Phipps Guest, una despreocupada heredera de mediana edad e hija de Henry Phipps, Jr., socio comercial de Andrew Carnegie, valía literalmente millones. Se consideraba una aventurera y no veía razón alguna por la que no pudiera convertirse en la primera mujer en atravesar el Atlántico en avión.

  6. Henry Phipps Jr. (September 27, 1839 – September 22, 1930) was an American entrepreneur known for his business relationship with Andrew Carnegie and involvement with the Carnegie Steel Company. He was also a successful real estate investor.