Thomas Edison's Stock Ticker Tape Machine: In 1869, Edison arrived in New York City completely penniless and in debt. He managed to find work in the operating room of the Gold & Stock Telegraph Company. One day, the company's ticker equipment broke down and nobody was able to fix it except for Edison. He was promoted to superintendent with an impressive monthly wage of $ 300. At the age of 22 Edison developed this 19th Century Edison Stock Ticker Tape Machine.
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