Business: Suing History

Sometimes the U. S. Senate can find out more about a business than even its own officers know. In Washington last October, when Albert Henry Wiggin was testifying on stock pools, it became evident that Winthrop Williams Aldrich, new head of Manhattan's Chase National Bank, was hearing a number of things "for the first time. Mr. Wiggn's testimony was also news to Mr. Aldrich's brother-in-law, John D. Rockefeller Jr., biggest Chase stockholder. Neither Mr. Aldrich nor Mr. Rockefeller liked what the Senate turned up for them. Last week it became public knowledge...

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