Would not recommend.
The first and second chapters, covering the rise of John D. Rockefeller and "Junior" were very well done. The sections covering the third and fourth generation were much more diluted. The people were far less interesting and yet they were given as much attention as the truly great John D and Junior.
Yes, although I can't explain "how." I could always tell when and which character was talking.
Hard to say whether or not a follow-up is necessary. At the time the book was written, the third generation was still mid-stream, and the whiny fourth generation were mid-stream in their self-absorption. If they accomplished anything worthwhile it might be worth hearing.
Audible needs to have "The Tycoons" available, as well as something along the lines of "The Men Who Built America."
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