Wall Street Manipulator Jay Gould Personified the Robber Baron: Jay Gould

Wall Street Manipulator Jay Gould Personified the Robber Baron

Wall Street Manipulator Jay Gould Personified the Robber Baron: Jay Gould

The Paradox of Intellectual Promiscuity: Stephen Jay Gould on What Nabokov’s Butterfly Studies Reveal About the Unity of Creativity – Brain Pickings

The Paradox of Intellectual Promiscuity: Stephen Jay Gould on What Nabokov’s Butterfly Studies Reveal About the Unity of Creativity

The Paradox of Intellectual Promiscuity: Stephen Jay Gould on What Nabokov’s Butterfly Studies Reveal About the Unity of Creativity – Brain Pickings

c. 1908 Mrs. George Jay Gould with her maid. Even the servants of the day seemed to take care and time with their own hair. How did they find the time? -->

c. 1908 Mrs. George Jay Gould with her maid. Even the servants of the day seemed to take care and time with their own hair. How did they find the time? -->

Jason "Jay" Gould (May 27, 1836 – December 2, 1892) was a leading American railroad developer and speculator. He has long been vilified as an archetypal robber baron, whose successes made him the ninth richest American in history. Condé Nast Portfolio ranked Gould as the 8th worst American CEO of all time. Some modern historians working from primary sources have discounted various myths about him.

Jason "Jay" Gould (May 27, 1836 – December 2, 1892) was a leading American railroad developer and speculator. He has long been vilified as an archetypal robber baron, whose successes made him the ninth richest American in history. Condé Nast Portfolio ranked Gould as the 8th worst American CEO of all time. Some modern historians working from primary sources have discounted various myths about him.

Stephen Jay Gould #jb

Stephen Jay Gould #jb

The Tycoons: How Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, Jay Gould, and J. P. Morgan Invented the American Supereconomy   Looks like a good book.

The Tycoons: How Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, Jay Gould, and J. P. Morgan Invented the American Supereconomy Looks like a good book.

Frank Jay Gould (1877–1956) was a philanthropist & the son of financier Jay Gould. In 1909, he founded the Virginia Railway and Power Company. The company would be renamed Virginia Electric and Power Company (VEPCO) in 1925. He moved to France & developed several casinos & hotels at the French Riviera. He made a great contribution in the development of multiple spa towns like Granville, Bagnoles-de-l'Orne and Juan-les-Pins. In 1926 he opened the famous Hotel "Le Provençal" in Juan-les-Pins.

Frank Jay Gould (1877–1956) was a philanthropist & the son of financier Jay Gould. In 1909, he founded the Virginia Railway and Power Company. The company would be renamed Virginia Electric and Power Company (VEPCO) in 1925. He moved to France & developed several casinos & hotels at the French Riviera. He made a great contribution in the development of multiple spa towns like Granville, Bagnoles-de-l'Orne and Juan-les-Pins. In 1926 he opened the famous Hotel "Le Provençal" in Juan-les-Pins.

Talking with … A gallery owner with a nose for talent | j. the Jewish news weekly of Northern California

Talking with … A gallery owner with a nose for talent | j. the Jewish news weekly of Northern California

Jay Gould, Notorious Robber Baron: Jay Gould issued illegal stock and financed railroads.

Wall Street Manipulator Jay Gould Personified the Robber Baron

Jay Gould, Notorious Robber Baron: Jay Gould issued illegal stock and financed railroads.

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