What is a Carnegie unit?

Answer A Carnegie unit is a measurement, developed in 1906, to access how much time a high school student has spent studying a particular subject. One unit is equal to 120 hours of class time. The name co... Read More »

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Where is the best seating in Carnegie?

While the Carnegie Hall has a striking, curvilinear construction that makes the stage a focal point for anyone at any level of seating, along with its state-of-the-art acoustics, the best seats are... Read More »

What is Andrew Carnegie famous for?

Andrew Carnegie was famous for his wealth and philanthropy. Investments in steel and railroads made him the richest man in the world in 1901. In his old age he gave away 90 percent of his fortune, ... Read More »

Where did Andrew Carnegie live?

Andrew Carnegie lived in several places. He was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, on November 25, 1835. In 1848, his family emigrated to the United States, settling in Allegheny, Pennsylvania---now pa... Read More »

Who bought Carnegie Cooke?

Carnegie Cooke & Company is independently owned. The company scrapped plans to buy NetBooth in November 2004. Carnegie Cooke trades on the OTC market under the symbol CGKY. Carnegie Cooke is the to... Read More »