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After Ashurbanipal's death, a Chaldean leader, Nabo- Neo- polassar, in 626
made Babylon the capital of a kingdom Babylonian that under his son
Nebuchadrezzar II became a major Empire imperial power. Nebuchadrezzar
undertook a vast ...
Shareholders were entitled to dividends, depending on profitability, but these
tended to be invested in the bank as new capital. Management was placed in the
hands of an executive committee appointed by the assembly of shareholders.
About the middle of the 17th century BC, another king of Kussara, disregarding
Anittas' curse, made Hattusa his capital; while his own name was Labarnas, he
became known as Hattusilis I, "The one from Hattusa." He is the first ruler of
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