Edward N. Hurley’s biography, net worth, fact, career, awards and life story

Intro
Amerikaans ondernemer (1864-1933)

Was

Businessperson

From

United States of America Ireland

Type

Business

Gender
male

Birth

1864, Ireland, Ireland

Death

1933
(aged 69 years)

Edward Nash Hurley (31 July, 1864 – 14 November, 1933) was an Irish American businessman and inventor who served as the second chairman of the Federal Trade Commission from July 1, 1916 to January 31, 1917.

Hurley was born in Ireland in 1864. However he emigrated to the US and settled in Galesburg, Illinois.

He helped professor T. G. Masaryk in a question of Czechoslovak legions and a foundation of a Czechoslovak state in 1918.

In 1918 with Professor Robert DeLoach he joined the Vagabonds, a group consisting of John Burroughs, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone who made a camping trip to the Appalachian mountains.

He is buried in the Calvary Cemetery (Evanston, Illinois).

Works

The New Merchant Marine
1919 The Awakening of Business

Banking and Credits in Argentine, Brazil, Chile, and Peru
1927 The Bridge to France Philadelphia & London: J. B. Lippincott Company

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