Alfred P. Sloan
Sloan was born in a business family. He passed the examination of Massachusetts Institute of Technology when he was very young. When he was 26 his father bought a bearing company and made him president. The company did well and Sloan became president of General Motors. He managed the company with a new combination of centralization and decentralization and led the company into prosperity.
Besides, he was a philanthropist who donated considerable money to charity.
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- Alfred P. Sloan. (December 12, 1998). Encyclopedia of World Biography. Web. Retrieved on May 25, 2014.