Bocconi

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Ferdinando (Milan 1836-1908), Luigi (...-1900) Italian industrialists, founders of super stores Brothers Bocconi and a fashionable market Alle citta' d'Italia in Rome. In 1902 Ferdinando founded in Milan the University of commerce named after his son Luigi Bocconi (1869-1896) died at military service. In 1906 Ferdinando was nominated senator. The sons who continued his work were Ettore (1872-1932) and Ferdinando (1874-1914).

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