Andrew Carnegie

Andrew Carnegie

Crackers firm ‘sorry’ over Andrew Carnegie mouse advert

A historian has hit out at a “disrespectful” ad which shows Scots businessman Andrew Carnegie as a cracker-munching mouse.

Andrew Carnegie.

What Andrew Carnegie gave the world

On the anniversary of philanthropist and industrialist Andrew Carnegie’s death, we take a look at five things the great Scot gave to the world.

Andrew Carnegie was one of the most sucessful industrialists of his era

The life of Andrew Carnegie

On November 25 1835, one of the most successful industrialists and philantrophists was born at 4 Moodie Street, Dunfermline, to William and Margaret Carnegie.

Scots-American industrialist Andrew Carnegie established more than 20 charitable foundations during his lifetime

Andrew Carnegie’s millions are still making a difference

PITTENCRIEFF Park was famously where Andrew Carnegie would play as a small boy in the years before his family emigrated from Dunfermline to the United States in 1848.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has praised the role of libraries in helping to empower people in deprived communities. Picture: PA

Lori Anderson: Libraries are sanctuary of the mind

We must use them or we will lose them, warns Lori Anderson, with numbers already beginning to fall every year

Andrew Carnegie. Picture: Comp

Brian Cox plans Andrew Carnegie film series

ACTOR Brian Cox wants to make a film series about Scottish philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.

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