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Samuel Insull

Insull, Samuel (1859–1938), English-born U.S. financier. Secretary to Thomas Edison in the 1880s, he became head of the Chicago Edison Co. and built a huge conglomerate supplying electricity throughout Illinois and other states. It collapsed in 1932. Later he was tried for fraud and acquitted.

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