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Entrepreneurship – Review Session – 11/5/08 Facebook Parker – the guy behind Napster They bring Bamness from Amazon.com Why was Napster guy brought in – he had good network connections The offer – turned down $2 billion Facebook and the team – important concept Carnegie The Industrial Revolution Textile revolution in Britain City of Allegheny – 1909 – part of Pittsburgh North side o Was a separate city o Father couldn’t make it in the U.S o The son is different Was a mail carrier Stuck the baubons into oil Took accounting on the side Learned how to do the telegraph Tom Scott – was Carnegie’s mentor o PA railroad o Tom Scott – western branch of PA railway o He gets out of oil and into bridgemaking – recognized that locomotives are heavier and that bridges need to sustain the railroads moves on to the steel needed to produce the bridges No equity interest Promote from within
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2009 for the course ECON 290 taught by Professor Goldenandallison during the Fall '08 term at Allegheny.

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