Business: THE NUCLEAR PIONEERS

The U.S. atomics industry and its works are as broad in scope as the uses of the atom. Among the leading companies:

Westinghouse Electric (1957 sales: $2,009,043,776) does more overall reactor work than any other company. It built the first large U.S. power reactor for the Government at Shippingport, Pa. in 1957, is constructing, with $5,000,000 in AEC help, the $57 million Yankee power reactor at Rowe, Mass, for a group of New England utilities. Westinghouse built the reactor for the first atomic sub, Nautilus, is now working on 24 reactors for atomic subs...

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