Hernand Behn
In 1920, the Behn brothers, Hernand and Sosthenes, organized International Telephone and Telegraph. They worked jointly with AT&T to lay the telephone cables from Key West, Florida, to Havana, Cuba. As president during the 1920s, Hernand grew the company’s assets from $38 million to $535 million, creating a worldwide network of cable and local telephone systems in more than thirty countries.


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