H.J. Heinz: A Biography

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McFarland, 06‏/11‏/2009 - 291 من الصفحات
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Though Heinz Ketchup is one of the most recognized corporate symbols in the world, few people know anything at all about H. J. Heinz. Industrial giants Rockefeller, Carnegie, Westinghouse, and Mellon became household names, and Heinz slipped into obscurity. Yet during a time of great transfers of wealth brought about in part by these famous robber barons, Heinz was well known for his humane treatment of his employees, customers, and suppliers. At the same time Heinz built a commercial empire by his use of industrialized food processing before Henry Ford. This book includes 45 photographs many of which are being published for the first time.
 

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Preface
1
Introduction
5
1 Bright Skies Dark Days
9
2 Beginnings
24
3 Starting Life
46
4 A Momentous Year
66
5 Years of Growth
81
6 Europe and Expansion
96
11 Industrial and Christian Sage
189
12 Final Years
200
13 A Marketing Genius
206
14 A Pioneer in Process Management and Continuous Production
219
15 A New Type of Capitalism
233
16 Heinz the Man
252
17 Legacy
263
Chapter Notes
269

7 Pittsburgh Industrialist
110
8 The Fair More Expansion New Products
121
9 H J Heinzs Golden Years
140
10 The Panic of 1907
168

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Quentin R. Skrabec, Jr., an international expert in management, manufacturing and globalization, is the author of numerous books on American industrial history, capitalism and notable business leaders. He lives in Maumee, Ohio.

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