Jack C. Massey Jack Carroll Massey (June 15, 1904 – February 15, 1990) was an American venture capitalist and entrepreneur who owned Kentucky Fried Chicken, co-founded the Hospital Corporation of America, and owned one of the largest franchisees of Wendy's.   He was the first American businessman to take three different companies public.
Industry: Healthcare. Era: 1960. Massey founded Hospital Corporation of America in 1968 at the age of 64. Under his leadership, HCA went on to become the largest owner and operator of hospitals in the United States. A successful venture capitalist, Massey had the unique distinction of listing three corporations on the New York Stock Exchange.
Jack C. Massey Beginning his career as a pharmacist and small business owner, Jack C. Massey was born in Georgia, attended college in Florida and eventually relocated to Tennessee to build a career steeped in health care, business and investment.
A native of Sandersville, Georgia, Massey began his career as a pharmacist and retail druggist in Nashville. From a chain of six drugstores, he founded Massey Surgical Supply in 1930. He managed the profitable company until 1961, when he sold it to a division of the Brunswick Corporation.
The Jack C. Massey College of Business at Belmont University serves undergraduate, graduate, and executive education students, providing nationally recognized, AACSB International accredited business education programs.
We offer four distinctive graduate business programs to help you grow professionally and achieve your goals. Massey alumni, faculty, staff and numerous business partners help connect students to a thriving business community in Nashville and beyond. Our small class sizes and outstanding student-faculty ratio allow us to help each student ...
Jack C. Massey, a onetime pharmacist from Georgia who became a venture capitalist and headed Kentucky Fried Chicken and the Hospital Corporation of America, died of viral pneumonia yesterday at...
Jack Carroll Massey (June 15, 1904 – February 15, 1990) was an American venture capitalist and entrepreneur who owned Kentucky Fried Chicken, co-founded the Hospital Corporation of America, and owned one of the largest franchisees of Wendy's.   He was the first American businessman to take three different companies public.
The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business was founded in 1986 with a mission to provide business education and thoughtful leadership to the working professionals of Nashville and the middle Tennessee region. The Massey School curriculum provides challenging, practical and flexible graduate business education.
Jack C. Massey College of Business Our faculty is among the best in business - literally. They have outstanding academic credentials and unparalleled professional backgrounds.