Business & Finance: Management

''So long as American investors know that there has been something wrong with the management and control of the railroads, so long as they know that their money has been used for improper purposes, so long as they feel that the facts have been kept from them . . . and so long as they feel that nothing substantial has been done to prevent the return of the railroads to men of the same type as those who have mishandled the roads in the past, just so long is the confidence of the American...

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