Andrew Carnegie, On Achieving Wealth And Prosperity

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Andrew Carnegie was one of our nation’s first entrepreneurs. In the late 19th century, he was the mastermind behind the growth of the steel industry. Carnegie made his fortune building the Carnegie Steel Company, which he later sold to J.P. Morgan. Having amassed outsized wealth, often cited as one of America’s richest people, he dedicated the remainder of his life to philanthropy. Money, Carnegie believed, was to be used to service society.

Source: Andrew Carnegie, On Achieving Wealth And Prosperity