Business: Personnel: Dec. 20, 1937

Last week the following were news: ¶ Huge U. S. Steel Corp. has long struggled with what is probably the world's toughest management problem—how to run efficiently an industrial enterprise employing some 200,000 men and $1,800,000,000 in total assets. Last week in the august atmosphere of its headquarters at No. 71 Broadway, Manhattan, another move was made in the grand administration plans which Chairman Taylor hopes to complete before he turns the company over to Chairman-elect Edward Reilly Stettinius Jr. next April. A new subsidiary, U. S. Steel Corp, of Delaware, was created...

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