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  1. J. P. Morgan Jr. John Pierpont Morgan Jr. (September 7, 1867 – March 13, 1943) was an American banker, finance executive, and philanthropist. [1] He inherited the family fortune and took over the business interests including J.P. Morgan & Co. after his father J. P. Morgan died in 1913.

  2. J. P. Morgan Jr. John Pierpont "Jack" Morgan, Jr. o J. P. Morgan, Jr. (7 de septiembre de 1867 - 13 de marzo de 1943) fue un banquero y filántropo estadounidense. Nació en Irvington, Nueva York, y se graduó en 1886 de la Universidad de Harvard, donde fue miembro de Delta Phi y de Delta Kappa Epsilon.

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  3. John Pierpont Morgan Jr. (Irvington, Nueva York, 1867 - Boca Grande, Florida, 1943) Banquero estadounidense, hijo del también banquero J. P. Morgan, a quien sucedió en la dirección de J. P. Morgan & Company. Consolidó la importancia de su grupo durante la Primera Guerra Mundial gracias a la exclusiva de la venta de material de guerra a Europa.

  4. 27 de mar. de 2024 · World War I. John Pierpont Morgan, Jr. (born Sept. 7, 1867, Irvington, N.Y., U.S.—died March 13, 1943, Boca Grande, Fla.) was an American banker and financier, the head of the Morgan investment banking house after the death of his father, John Pierpont Morgan, Sr. He graduated from Harvard University in 1889 and became a member of ...

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  5. J. P. Morgan, Jr. was an American banker and a philanthropist; he was the son of the famous banker J. P. Morgan. After the death of his father, he took over the family business interests which included the J. P. Morgan & Co. and inherited a lot of fortune.

  6. John Pierpont Morgan Jr. (September 7, 1867 – March 13, 1943) was an American banker, finance executive, and philanthropist. He inherited the family fortune and took over the business interests including J.P. Morgan & Co. after his father J. P. Morgan died in 1913.

  7. 12 de jul. de 2022 · J. P. Morgan and Company1913–1935. Morgan Jr. continued his father’s methods and policies in dealing with industry, railroads, banks and other institutions and grew J. P. Morgan and Company’s business. He made his most important impact through government-financed projects during World War I.