Business & Finance: Management Puzzle

U. S. Steel Corp. buzzed like a jigsaw last week with talk of new management, for President James Augustine Farrell had resigned. The news came suddenly in the middle of the night from the steelman's Manhattan home. As he faced the specially summoned reporters the tall, burly veteran of 51 years of steel showed little sign of his age. His ruddy face, topped by white hair, frames a pair of cold blue eyes. Written in his own handwriting, President Farrell's statement said his resignation had been accepted by the board to take effect April...

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