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Donald Trump (born June 14, 1946) is a very successful Americanbusinessman: he is the Chairman and CEO of the Trump Organization.He is well-known for his casinos in Las Vegas …and Atlantic City. In2015, he began campaigning for the Republican nomination in the2016 Presidential election. After winning the majority ofRepublican state primaries by mid-2016, he was the presumptivenominee prior to the nominating convention. Much more detailed information can be found on the related link.Some people know him from Celebrity Apprentice , a reality TVseries where individuals competed to gain employment from him. Donald Trump was elected to office with the minority of the popularvote, in the close race with Democratic former First Lady HillaryClinton.
The "robber barons" were industrialists and businessmen in the US during the late 19th and early 20th century. They were so called because their methods of enriching themselve…s were equated to feudal lords of medieval Europe, who stole from both travelers and serfs. The business methods they employed were widely viewed as illegal, immoral, unethical, or corrupt, taking every advantage over workers and consumers, and with little regard for anything but profit. Some of these became the wealthiest, most influential, and most famous individuals of their day, and their fortunes have enriched their descendants for generations. Some persons associated with the term are : . John Jacob Astor (real estate, fur) - New York City . Andrew Carnegie (railroads, steel) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania . Jay Cooke (finance) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . Charles Crocker (railroads) - California . Daniel Drew (finance) - New York state . James Buchanan Duke (tobacco) - near Durham, North Carolina . James Fisk (finance) - New York state . Henry Flagler (railroads, oil, the Standard Oil company) - New York City and Palm Beach, Florida . Henry Ford (automobile) - Dearborn, Michigan and metropolitan Detroit, Michigan . Henry Clay Frick (steel) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and New York City . John Warne Gates (steel, oil) - Chicago and Texas . Jay Gould (finance, railroads) - New York (both state and city) . Edward Henry Harriman (railroads) - New York state . Collis P. Huntington (railroads) - California, Virginia, and New York . Andrew Mellon (finance) - Pennsylvania . J. P. Morgan (finance) - New York . Mark Hopkins (railroads) - California . John D. Rockefeller (oil) - Cleveland, Ohio . Leland Stanford (railroads) - Sacramento, California and San Francisco, California . Cornelius Vanderbilt (railroads, shipping) - New York City, New York . James J. Hill (railroads) - St. Paul, Minnesota . George Mortimer Pullman (railroads) - Pullman, Chicago (see related link)
ruthless industrialists that they had a right to get as much money as the could
Robber Barons were wealthy businessmen who were known to use harsh practices to gain their wealth. They often used child or cheap labor, did not adhere to safety regulatio…ns and worked their employees long hours in order to keep production high.
Robber barons were wealthy and powerful 19th-century American business men, who had unethical business practices and exploited labor, and questionable stock market dealing…s. John Jacob Astor and Andrew Carnegie were labeled as robber barons.
\n . They stole from public places and worked for there own benefits, the opposite of a captain of industry.
Jay Gould is an example of robber baron because he was a business leader who became wealthy through dishonest methods. Others are Rockefeller and Carnegie.
Robber barons were the Captains of Industry who were looked at as evil and bad because they took away the capitalism from other people and no one could compete with their achi…evements. Robber Barons were also thought of to use political power to get advantages in their work to stay ahead of people and remain the "top dog". They also had lots of money and called the mansions they built in Newport "summer cottages", which made many people angry because of the little money they made. Some RB / CoIs are: Carnegie, Rockefeller, Morgan Robber Baron was the derogatory term for the rich and powerful in the 19th century. This happen mostly in American periodical literature. A robber baron is an unscrupulous wealthy person who got their fortune by ruthless means in the late nineteenth century. It is a noble who would rob travelers as they passed through their land.
His offices are in New York, but as a nationally-known businesstycoon and television celebrity, he frequently spends time in othermajor cities such as Los Angeles or Las Vegas…. As of the 2016 election, he has been in the White House.
J.P Morgan was one, he owned JP Morgan & co. bank that in 2000 joined with chase bank theat now is JP Morgan Chase & Co. which is chase today. He also owned United States Stee…l co. and he owned alot of things and he was a millionare. he had two wifes and four kids. he gave a national art musseum alot of art and for that he got a gemstone named after him, morganite. i also heard mitt romney was a robber baron because he owns oil off the coast and he is rich but im not sure. but i know jp morgan was. :)
He was a robber baron. He worked for the railroads in California. (A robber baron was a business leader who became wealthy through dishonest methods.)
Andrew Carnegie, who did not sail Titanic could be considered arobber baron (even tho he gave away 90% of his fortune), donated$5,000 to needy survivors of the sinking of Tita…nic,
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