How Andrew Carnegie Became The Richest Man In The World

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  • Published on:  Friday, November 22, 2019
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    Andrew Carnegie was a business titan who was as complex as he was rich. Today, we'll explore how the industrial giant rose from abject poverty to the title of the world's richest man.

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  • princess in mittens

    What happened to his parents? Did he help them with money? Did they die?

  • Free Soul
    Free Soul  3 hours ago

    10:57 look upside of your left by pausing the video you see a Pokemon character lol

  • Krishna Ankireddy
    Krishna Ankireddy  10 hours ago

    His mother used to work round the clock and even in his own company many people worked without rest and holiday, exploiting human resources, what change did his circumstances teach him, and what change did he bring in that society, except becoming rich. All I can see is a greedy man with clever brain who want to get out of his poverty and become rich even by exploiting others. All that knowledge all that dermination gone waste

  • johnthinkpad
    johnthinkpad  yesterday

    So he did to his employees exactly what happened to his father...

  • johnthinkpad
    johnthinkpad  yesterday

    But in 1848 there were no immigration laws... Today there are.

  • simbarashe dirwai

    thoroughly done research and quality video.. liked it

  • Stanley Jones
    Stanley Jones  yesterday

    I hate him already through half of video.

  • carlindelco
    carlindelco  yesterday

    I love these stories of child hood white satire

  • A. Hakan Ozcan
    A. Hakan Ozcan  yesterday

    I also couldn't find any job in Louisiana, Georgia, even in California as business administration alumni with international relations and politics masters and tourism hospitality certificates for 2 years time. USA is good for the best of the best technology producers and innovators at ease. That is it. My cousin with Carnegie Mellon University Robotics engineering masters Rasim Akdogan also couldn't find any job in the environs of Pittsburgh after his graduation. I am 46 year age, Rasim Akdogan is 57 years old.

  • Klaus Erwin
    Klaus Erwin  yesterday

    So basically: "I like trains"

  • Klaus Erwin
    Klaus Erwin  yesterday

    "Ion" or "Eye-Rinn"?

  • Klaus Erwin
    Klaus Erwin  yesterday

    20,000th like! Witness me!

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    john david  yesterday


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  • jonotukangkare
    jonotukangkare  2 days ago

    Is it just me or us he saying Carnegie wrong? Who the heck says Car(nay)gie

  • Rob Bird
    Rob Bird  2 days ago

    Never underestimate an angry Scot. Ever.

  • Rob Bird
    Rob Bird  2 days ago

    Legend has it that Carnegie actually made his fortune by rounding up all his purchases to the nearest dollar and saving the change.

  • Ayush Shukla
    Ayush Shukla  2 days ago


  • Gato Capitalista
    Gato Capitalista  3 days ago +1

    The perfect case study of, do the ends justify the means?