Past due 19th and early 20th-century business owner who headed both Carnegie Steel Business and H. C. Frick & Business. A prominent financier, he also permitted the introduction of the Pa Railroad. He briefly went to Otterbein University, abandoning his research to function in the coke (energy) and metal sectors. He was the thing of the 1892 assassination attempt by radical anarchist Alexander Berkman. Along with his wife, Adelaide Childs Frick, he previously four kids. He and Andrew Carnegie merged their two businesses — H. C. Frick & Business and Carnegie Metal Company — to create what would ultimately become the USA Steel Company.