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He also thinks that we are fortunate in having Mr John A. Tait a very capable, energetic man, whom we have appointed General Manager of Stevedoring. [Tait] will be able to attend to the stevedoring organisation without any necessity for Barton’s time to be taken up with these details, leaving the latter free to give his attention to office organisation, freight solicitation etc. (FW Legal, 1916, Taylor & Sons) The combination of people at the agency suggested ways of lowering costs and promoting new business (ACb would fall to ACb1 and RRIa–RRIaNY would shift right).
In the 1860s, the network also developed two secondary nodes, agency firms Mansfields in Singapore and Butterfield & Swire, which established branches throughout the Far East. These supporting units forged a wider range of local contacts that were open-ended in terms of providing access to external intelligence. A family-based network 39 The network’s lateral links became more extensive as the three core firms and the two secondary nodes formed subsidiaries. These new units formed operating, financial, and managerial ties with primary and secondary nodes, members of the founders’ personal networks, and outside interests.
Taylor & Sons, which it acquired in 1915. The sons of the founder, F. W. Taylor and J. S. Taylor, wished to retire and secured US$200,000 for the firm (FW Legal, 1916, Taylor & Sons). 2 to shift right). He was concerned lest ‘there was … to be a feeling of dormant antagonism toward us by the Brothers Taylor and … the clerks would find it difficult to disassociate themselves from Taylor practices’. However, Blackiston soon changed his view: ‘the Brothers Taylor have met us in a friendly aspect’ and ‘Mr F.