Business & Finance: Personnel: Feb. 15, 1937

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¶ Out of textiles, in which he made $20,000,000, massive, elegant Myron Charles Taylor went to banking and thence to the chairmanship of U. S. Steel Corp. in 1932. Last fortnight another textile man became a director of U. S. Steel. Almost 20 years younger than Mr. Taylor and still owning an interest in the department store his father owned in Nashville, Tenn., George Arthur Sloan became a U. S. notable in June 1933, when as president of the Cotton-Textile Institute he walked into the White House with...

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