W. C. Bradley
Entrepreneur, Deceased Person
1863 – 1947
Who was W. C. Bradley?
William Clark Bradley was an American entrepreneur, businessman, and philanthropist. He, along with partner G. Gunby Jordan, co-founded two banks that eventually merged to become the present-day Synovus Financial Corp. He also formed the W. C. Bradley Co. in 1895 by purchasing a cotton factoring firm and immediately expanding it into a diverse business spanning many different industries. Bradley also played a prominent role in the early history of the The Coca-Cola Company, serving as its Chairman of the Board from 1919-1939.
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- Jun 28, 1863
- United States of America
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- Jul 26, 1947
on July 23, 2013
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