President Lincoln of the Pullman Company

Grinder, Brian; Cooper, Dan
September 2013
Financial History;Fall2013, Issue 108, p10
Academic Journal
The article discusses U.S. attorney and corporate executive Robert Todd Lincoln's presidency of the U.S. railroad car firm the Pullman Palace Car Company during the early 20th century. It examines Lincoln's diplomatic and political career, the association between Lincoln's family and the Pullman company, and Lincoln's leadership style and the success of the company during his presidency.


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