Andrew Carnegie A captain of industry story

The prices of the steel went down as the price of the production went down. Carnegie wasn't trying to break people's wallets by keeping the prices of steel high. In November 1877 the price of steel was 41 dollars and the price to make it was 40 dollars.
Carnegie had his workers working the second longest days, but he was also making it worth wild by paying them the second most money. Carnegie pays his workers for their hard work.
Carnegie Donated 10 million dollars to teachers funds in schools.
Bill Gates: A Current day Captain of Industry
Bill Gates started a foundation with his wife Melinda which works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives. In developing countries, it focuses on improving people's health and giving them the chance to lift themselves out of hunger and extreme poverty.
As of 2007 Bill donated about 28 billion dollars to charity.
Bill has donated about 3.6 billion dollars to organizations working to increase the global health.
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