Clues for: Business & Industry

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In 2012 this oil company agreed to pay the largest criminal fine in U.S. history BP 200 May 22, 2013
In 2012 this oil company agreed to pay the largest criminal fine in U.S. history BP 200 May 22, 2013
This baking soda brand first sold in 1867 has had great success urging us to dump its product down the drain Arm & Hammer 400 May 22, 2013
This baking soda brand first sold in 1867 has had great success urging us to dump its product down the drain Arm & Hammer 400 May 22, 2013
A 1955 call from Ray Kroc to Waddy Pratt of this Atlanta-based company began a relationship that's still going Coca-Cola 600 May 22, 2013
A 1955 call from Ray Kroc to Waddy Pratt of this Atlanta-based company began a relationship that's still going Coca-Cola 600 May 22, 2013
In 2009 this colossus of playthings gained control of FAO Schwarz Toys "R" Us 800 May 22, 2013
In 2009 this colossus of playthings gained control of FAO Schwarz Toys "R" Us 800 May 22, 2013
Until 2010 the New York Knicks & Rangers were directly owned by this company that brings them to TV viewers on MSG Cablevision 1000 May 22, 2013
Until 2010 the New York Knicks & Rangers were directly owned by this company that brings them to TV viewers on MSG Cablevision 1000 May 22, 2013
In 2001 AOL & this communications giant completed a $164 billion merger, the largest in U.S. history Time Warner 200 July 26, 2012
In 2001 AOL & this communications giant completed a $164 billion merger, the largest in U.S. history Time Warner 200 July 26, 2012
In 1994 The Gap's president Millard Drexler created this lower-priced chain, naming it for a Paris bar Old Navy 400 July 26, 2012
In 1994 The Gap's president Millard Drexler created this lower-priced chain, naming it for a Paris bar Old Navy 400 July 26, 2012
In September 2008 Google unveiled this new web browser Chrome 600 July 26, 2012
In September 2008 Google unveiled this new web browser Chrome 600 July 26, 2012
Although this German company created an electric shaver in 1938, WWII delayed its introduction until 1951 Braun 800 July 26, 2012
Although this German company created an electric shaver in 1938, WWII delayed its introduction until 1951 Braun 800 July 26, 2012
This athletic shoe company's logo originally depicted a black cat leaping through a "D", for Rudolf Dassler, the founder Puma 1000 July 26, 2012
This athletic shoe company's logo originally depicted a black cat leaping through a "D", for Rudolf Dassler, the founder Puma 1000 July 26, 2012
It's the USA's No. 1 office supply superstore Staples 200 June 28, 2012
It's the USA's No. 1 office supply superstore Staples 200 June 28, 2012
This company offers 18,000 new & redesigned cards a year, many sold in its Gold Crown stores Hallmark 400 June 28, 2012
This company offers 18,000 new & redesigned cards a year, many sold in its Gold Crown stores Hallmark 400 June 28, 2012
In September 1989 Toyota entered the luxury car market with this brand's ES250 & LS400 models Lexus 600 June 28, 2012
In September 1989 Toyota entered the luxury car market with this brand's ES250 & LS400 models Lexus 600 June 28, 2012
In 1992 Playskool revamped this construction set by replacing its wooden sticks & spools with plastic parts Tinkertoys 800 June 28, 2012
In 1992 Playskool revamped this construction set by replacing its wooden sticks & spools with plastic parts Tinkertoys 800 June 28, 2012
The face on the torch lady who represents this film company is that of muralist Jennifer Joseph Columbia Pictures 1000 June 28, 2012
The face on the torch lady who represents this film company is that of muralist Jennifer Joseph Columbia Pictures 1000 June 28, 2012
In 1986 this company was forced out of the instant camera market, having violated 7 Polaroid patents Kodak 200 December 7, 2009
In 1957 the Leo Burnett advertising agency created Cornelius the Rooster to appear on the box of this cereal Corn Flakes 400 December 7, 2009
It precedes "XM" in the name of an entertainment company--ooh, I love this song! Turn it up! Sirius 600 December 7, 2009
In 1926 a "beater bar" was added to this company's product; it tapped the carpet to loosen ground-in dirt Hoover 800 December 7, 2009
In 1907 9-year-old Michael Brady posed for this company's symbol wearing overalls, a cap & wooden shoes Dutch Boy Paints December 7, 2009
This food company is named for a coffee blend made for a Monterey, Ca. hotel; it means "of the mountain" in Spanish Del Monte 200 February 24, 2009
In 1963 Charles Tandy bought this nearly bankrupt electronics parts supplier & made it into a top retail chain RadioShack 400 February 24, 2009
This credit card company publishes travel & leisure & is the world's largest issuer of traveler's checks American Express 600 February 24, 2009
Big Brother could tell you this term for a corporation that controls another company, like AMR does for American Airlines a parent (or holding) company 800 February 24, 2009
This company began selling apple butter in 1900; it had to be good--a full line of jams & jellies followed Smucker\'s 1000 February 24, 2009
In the 1940s Borden's came up with this companion for Elsie to be the symbol for its new white glue Elmer 200 February 3, 2004
His first appearance on the cover of Mad was in 1956 as a write-in candidate for president Alfred E. Neuman 400 February 3, 2004
In 1957 the New York Evening Enquirer expanded its scope & renamed itself this the National Enquirer 600 February 3, 2004
Unhappy with the quality of these, Dr. Amar Bose designed his own & formed a company to sell them speakers 800 February 3, 2004
Milan company known for its tires & sexy calendars Pirelli 1000 February 3, 2004
In 1898 Frank Seiberling founded this tire company named for the inventor of vulcanized rubber Goodyear 200 June 23, 2003
This business chain, begun in Memphis in 1974, was named for a Mr. Ross who gave great haircuts Fantastic Sam\'s 400 June 23, 2003
Originally, this red "Officer's Knife" included a can opener, a blade, a screwdriver & a reamer Swiss Army Knife 600 June 23, 2003
The first Japanese auto company to use a name from its own language, its logo, six stars, represents the Pleiades Subaru 800 June 23, 2003
A color version of this toy was introduced in 1993 & it didn't use a stylus & aluminum powder Etch A Sketch 1000 June 23, 2003
This company serving about 30 million customers features the following in its ads[(actor walking across the Jeopardy! stage) Can you hear me now? Good! Can you hear me now? Good!] Verizon Wireless 200 December 23, 2002
It was once described as 2 "beautifully embossed, choc. flavored wafers with a rich cream filling" Oreo cookies 400 December 23, 2002
This Australian-born moguls's first U.S. newspaper acquisition was the San Antonio Express & News Rupert Murdoch 600 December 23, 2002
The "K" in K-Mart's name stands for this founder S.S. Kresge 800 December 23, 2002
The lion on this French auto company's logo was adopted from Belfort, the city where an early model was made Peugeot 1000 December 23, 2002
In January 1970 Boeing introduced this first wide-bodied jumbo jet; it could seat up to 452 passengers 747 200 November 6, 2002
BUD is the New York Stock Exchange symbol for this brewing company Anheuser-Busch 400 November 6, 2002
This Dallas-based electronics firm started out as Geophysical Service, an oil exploration company Texas Instruments 600 November 6, 2002
For over 75 years, Wrigley made only these 3 gums Spearmint, Doublemint & Juicy Fruit 800 November 6, 2002
In 1973 this then Memphis-based hotel chain opened its own university in Mississippi to train personnel Holiday Inn 1000 November 6, 2002
In 2001 this sandwich chain surpassed McDonald's in the number of U.S. restaurants Subway 200 May 14, 2002
This company was founded in 1948 as the baby furniture & toy supermarket; its present name came in 1957 Toys "R" Us 400 May 14, 2002
This athletic wear company best known for its shoes began in Oregon as Blue Ribbon Sports Nike 600 May 14, 2002
A New Bern, North Carolina pharmacist invented this drink in 1898, claiming it cured dyspepsia Pepsi (or Pepsi-Cola) 800 May 14, 2002
This longest-listed company on the NYSE was first listed in 1824 as the New York Gas Light Company ConEdison 1000 May 14, 2002
The name of this Japanese electronics company comes from the Latin word for "sound" Sony 100 February 16, 2001
Seen here is the American Sign Language & what could be the international symbol for this restaurant chain McDonald\'s 200 February 16, 2001
In 2000 Lukoil, Russia's largest oil company, bid on the gas stations that were part of this man's oil empire J. Paul Getty 300 February 16, 2001
This brokerage house uses the logo seen here Merrill Lynch 400 February 16, 2001
The Boulevard des Invalides is home to this French pharmaceuticals company, the maker of RU-486 Roussel Uclaf 500 February 16, 2001
Barbie accounts for about 40% of this toymaker's revenue Mattel 100 June 23, 1998
It's said this soft drink's name is the most recognized commercial symbol in the world Coca-Cola 200 June 23, 1998
In 1994 this retailer transferred its ownership in the world's then tallest building to a trust Sears 300 June 23, 1998
This London news agency was founded in 1851 & named for a German baron Reuters 400 June 23, 1998
The corporation whose logo is seen here was created in 1971:(AKA the National Railroad Passenger Corporation) Amtrak 500 June 23, 1998
A big name in computers, this company is known as HP for short Hewlett-Packard 100 February 20, 1998
Ernie is the chief spokes-elf for this snack food company Keebler 200 February 20, 1998
The name of this photocopy store chain refers to the curly hair of its founder Paul Orfalea Kinko\'s 300 February 20, 1998
According to its ads, this hotel chain by Marriott was "designed by business travelers" Courtyard 400 February 20, 1998
This cruise line was launched in 1972 with just one ship, the Mardi Gras Carnival Cruise Lines February 20, 1998
Projects of the giant Bechtel group include the BART system & the Bay Bridge in this city where it's based San Francisco 100 January 12, 1998
As an alternative to Starbucks, Lipton opened an establishment of this type in southern California in 1996 Tea salon 200 January 12, 1998
In 1997 she bought her own Lifestyles magazine & TV show from Time, Inc. Martha Stewart 300 January 12, 1998
Known as D&B, this corporation markets Moody's bond ratings & Nielsen's TV ratings Dun & Bradstreet 400 January 12, 1998
Under this name from 1899 to 1970, what's now Chiquita Brands dominated the Central American banana trade United Fruit Company 500 January 12, 1998
30-second TV ads for this January 26, 1997 sporting event sold for an average of $1.2 million Super Bowl XXXI 100 September 30, 1997
The 1997 model of this Chevrolet sports car is only the 4th redesign since its 1953 introduction Corvette 200 September 30, 1997
In December 1996 Steve Jobs returned to this company as a consultant when it bought NeXT Software, Inc. Apple 300 September 30, 1997
In the 1940s Benjamin Green used his own bald head to test this suntan lotion Coppertone 400 September 30, 1997
This company, the owner of Radio Shack, closed its Incredible Universe stores in 1997 Tandy Corporation 500 September 30, 1997
This Pittsburgh-based food entrepreneur was once known as the "Pickle King" H.J. Heinz 100 June 17, 1997
This company gets its name from the snappy carbonated apple juice it introduced in 1978 Snapple 200 June 17, 1997
The USA's top producer of jams, jellies & preserves, it's located on Strawberry Lane in Orrville, Ohio Smuckers 300 June 17, 1997
In 1926 this automaker introduced the Imperial 80; the number refers to its top speed on a straightaway Chrysler 400 June 17, 1997
Student Carolyn Davidson was paid $35 for designing this shoe company's "Swoosh" logo Nike 500 June 17, 1997
A 1996 Business Week survey called this soup company's board of directors "America's Best" Campbell\'s 100 June 16, 1997
In 1996 companies that produce these consumables announced an end to their ban on TV & radio ads Liquor 200 June 16, 1997
This battery maker introduced the Copper Top tester in 1990 Duracell 300 June 16, 1997
In August 1995 this nation's first stock exchange, based in Ulan Bator, began trading Mongolia 400 June 16, 1997
This firm owned by the Seagram Company is the leading seller of pasteurized orange juice Tropicana 500 June 16, 1997
In 1921 this medical products company introduced the Band-Aid Johnson & Johnson 100 June 9, 1997
In 1938 this electronics firm was founded in David Packard's Palo Alto, California garage Hewlett-Packard 200 June 9, 1997
This yogurt company's name is derived from the name of Daniel Carasso, son of its founder Dannon 300 June 9, 1997
Brand names owned by this company include Paper Mate, Right Guard, Foamy & Trac II Gillette 400 June 9, 1997
This retailer opened its first "Discount City" in 1962 in Rogers, Arkansas Wal-Mart 500 June 9, 1997
In the 1930s this cereal maker introduced Bisquick; Cheerios came along in 1941 General Mills 100 March 26, 1997
The automotive safety products division of this salt maker is one of the USA's leading air bag makers Morton (Thiokol) 200 March 26, 1997
Some of this toy retailer's stores have in-store specialty shops, including the Lego Store & The Learning Center Toys "R" Us 300 March 26, 1997
The smallest of the big 6 accounting firms, it's well-known for tallying the votes for the Oscars Price Waterhouse 400 March 26, 1997
This drugstore chain once known for its soda fountains leads U.S. retailers in filling prescriptions Walgreens 500 March 26, 1997
"Choosy Moms Choose" this brand of peanut butter Jif 100 February 13, 1997
This company's new computer products include the Aptiva S & the Thinkpad 560 IBM 200 February 13, 1997
This product claims it's "The Pain Reliever Hospitals Use Most" Tylenol 300 February 13, 1997
The Parker Duofold Red Jasper, one of these, features a nib split by hand Pen 400 February 13, 1997
In 1970 "Twister" inventor Reynolds Guyer created a 4" foam ball named this by Parker Bros. Nerf 500 February 13, 1997
This underwear manufacturer's New York Stock Exchange symbol is FTL Fruit of the Loom 100 December 12, 1996
This company's beer is "Brewed in Golden, Colorado with Rocky Mountain water" Coors 200 December 12, 1996
In 1995 this firm released an upgraded version of its Newton messagepad, a hand-held computer Apple 300 December 12, 1996
It owns the world's largest fleet of cargo delivery planes Federal Express 400 December 12, 1996
The Golden Gate Bridge was among the structures erected by this 2nd-largest American steel company Bethlehem Steel 500 December 12, 1996
This No. 1 U.S. bleach company was originally known as The Electro-Alkaline Company Clorox 100 November 22, 1996
When this soda company jokingly offered a Harrier jet for 7 million points, John Leonard tried to claim it Pepsi 200 November 22, 1996
In 1993 Louis V. Gerstner became the first outsider to head this computer giant IBM 300 November 22, 1996
Delta Airlines moved its headquarters from Monroe, La. to this city in 1941 Atlanta, Georgia 400 November 22, 1996
This 825,000 acre Texas ranch introduced the Santa Cruz, a new breed of beef cattle, in 1995 The King Ranch 500 November 22, 1996
Eastman Chemical Company was spun off from this photo giant in 1993 Kodak 100 September 6, 1996
This fruit accounts for about 60% of Chiquita Brands International's income the banana 200 September 6, 1996
This company has been the world's top commercial aircraft maker for more than 30 years Boeing 300 September 6, 1996
This second-largest U.S. long distance company acquired Western Union International in 1982 MCI 400 September 6, 1996
This chain holds 29% of the seafood restaurant market Red Lobster 500 September 6, 1996
Broken Hill, this country's largest company, took its name from a small town in New South Wales Australia 100 July 16, 1996
This largest European tire maker is headquartered in Clermont-Ferrand, France Michelin 200 July 16, 1996
Comau, a subsidiary of this Italian company, makes the robots that build its cars Fiat 300 July 16, 1996
Johnson & Johnson owns Acuvue, the world's leading disposable brand of these Contact Lenses 400 July 16, 1996
Phil Knight, founder of this Oregon-based athletic shoe company, owns about 35% of its stock Nike 500 July 16, 1996
These organizations called BBBs protect consumers from unethical business practices Better Business Bureaus 100 January 29, 1996
In 1906 this auto firm introduced its Silver Ghost model Rolls-Royce 200 January 29, 1996
Before moving to Chicago in 1856, this department store owner clerked in a Pittsfield, Mass. dry goods store Marshall Field 300 January 29, 1996
This stagecoach company owned the Pony Express during the last few months of its existence Wells Fargo 400 January 29, 1996
In 1962 he founded Electronic Data Systems after working for IBM for 5 years Ross Perot 500 January 29, 1996
This insurance company's trademark came from a signature on the Declaration of Independence John Hancock 100 November 29, 1994
The cover of the 1894 edition of this company's famous catalog called it the "cheapest supply house on earth" Sears 200 November 29, 1994
In 1967 Douglas Aircraft merged with this military aircraft supplier McDonnell 300 November 29, 1994
In 1907 this Philadelphia-based company introduced the paper towel Scott 400 November 29, 1994
Founded in 1884, this Dayton, Ohio company controlled the country's cash register business by 1910 NCR (National Cash Register) 500 November 29, 1994
Phillip Morris is the largest customer of Universal Corporation, the world's largest dealer in this commodity Tobacco 100 November 18, 1994
This founder of Wal-Mart began his retail career as a J.C. Penney management trainee Sam Walton 200 November 18, 1994
The parent company of this railroad also operates U.P. Resources, a gas & oil exploration business Union Pacific 300 November 18, 1994
In 1988 this Swedish company acquired Britain's Leyland Bus Company Volvo 400 November 18, 1994
Holly Farms & Tasty Bird are brand names of this Arkansas-based poultry producer Tyson Foods 500 November 18, 1994
It can take gov't about 20 months to process 1 of these applications & you may need a working model patent 100 May 2, 1994
This company operates the 4 most popular theme parks in North America Disney 200 May 2, 1994
This former VP appeared in an ad during the 1994 Super Bowl for Lay's Potato Chips Dan Quayle 300 May 2, 1994
Kathleen Sullivan's progress on this company's “Superstart!” program was shown in TV ads Weight Watchers 400 May 2, 1994
The Sheraton Hotel & Towers in this South American capital offers a “tango special” package Buenos Aires 500 May 2, 1994
Henry Ford introduced this model in 1908 & dropped all his other models the next year Model T 100 December 31, 1993
Dorothy Hope Smith’s charcoal sketch of a baby is a trademark of this baby food company Gerber 200 December 31, 1993
Cummins Engine Company is the world's largest maker of this type of truck engine Diesel 300 December 31, 1993
This second-largest U.S. breakfast cereal maker owns the Red Lobster & Olive Garden restaurant chains General Mills 400 December 31, 1993
This company markets paint under the Kem-Tone & Krylon labels as well as under its own hyphenated name Sherwin-Williams 500 December 31, 1993
About 30% of the world's banana's are sold under this No. 1 brand name Chiquita 100 December 22, 1993
Since 1924 this department store has sponsored the annual Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City Macy\'s 200 December 22, 1993
In 1952 this company introduced the "Flo-Thru" tea bag Lipton 300 December 22, 1993
This toothpaste "with Flouristan" was advertised in the 1950's with special paintings by Norman Rockwell Crest 400 December 22, 1993
This spice company that owns Schilling is the largest producer of dehydrated garlic & onions McCormick 500 December 22, 1993
In 1972 this company introduced its SX-70 instant camera, which was only one inch thick when closed Polaroid 100 November 17, 1993
This baby food company once used the slogan "Babies Are Our Business, Our Only Business" Gerber 200 November 17, 1993
This package delivery firm was founded in 1907 as the American Messenger Company UPS (United Parcel Service) 300 November 17, 1993
This winery in Modesto, California is the world's largest, & accounts for more than 25% of the U.S. market Ernest & Julio Gallo 400 November 17, 1993
In 1952 Kemmons Wilson opened the first motel in this chain, on the outskirts of Memphis Holiday Inn November 17, 1993
In 1986 this athletic shoe company introduced Weeboks for infants & toddlers Reebok 100 July 6, 1993
This company sells about 50% of the bleach in the U.S. Clorox 200 July 6, 1993
Founded by an Austrian in 1896, the name of this candy roll co. was taken from his daughter's nickname Tootsie Roll 300 July 6, 1993
This retailing giant owns the Allstate Insurance group Sears 400 July 6, 1993
With sales of over $1 billion yearly, this brand of tortilla chips is Frito-Lay's top product Doritos 500 July 6, 1993
"Mama Mia!"; since purchasing Ronzoni, this #1 U.S. chocolate maker has become #2 in pasta Hershey\'s 100 November 19, 1992
"Like a good neighbor", this company has been selling folks insurance since 1922 State Farm 200 November 19, 1992
In 1990, to boost U.S. sales, this Korean auto company introduced its sporty Scoupe Hyundai 300 November 19, 1992
In July, 1992, this last U.S. consumer typewriter company announced it's moving its factory to Mexico Smith-Corona 500 November 19, 1992
A leading maker of athletic shoes, this company was named for a swift antelope Reebok November 19, 1992
Kimberly-Clark first advertised these tissues as a disposable cold cream remover Kleenex 100 November 15, 1991
Headquartered in St. Louis, it's the largest single brewing organization in the world Anheuser-Busch 300 November 15, 1991
With help from Mitsubishi, this company manufactured the first Korean automobile in 1976 Hyundai 400 November 15, 1991
In May 1991 this entertainment giant replaced USX on the Dow Jones Industrial Average Disney 500 November 15, 1991
The original sketch of Ann Turner, seen in the following, is kept in this company's vault: Gerber November 15, 1991
This biggest computer company is biggest also among companies in philanthropic contributions IBM 100 March 29, 1991
The first major U.S. company to publish solely paperbacks, it's named for where their books could fit Pocket Books 200 March 29, 1991
They claim to run "the tightest ship in the shipping business" UPS 300 March 29, 1991
This company introduced the Band-Aid to America in 1920 Johnson & Johnson 400 March 29, 1991
This peanut-packed candy bar, the 1st successful one by Mars, is the current top seller Snickers 500 March 29, 1991
This rubber company spends over $7 million a year just to maintain & operate its blimps Goodyear 100 November 13, 1990
After marrying its president, Joan Crawford became a spokesperson for this beverage co. Pepsi-Cola 200 November 13, 1990
After 42 years, this French co. has ceased making its turtle-shaped car, the Deux Chevaux Citroen 300 November 13, 1990
Whirlpool makes a line of products under this brand name for Sears, Roebuck Kenmore 400 November 13, 1990
It was first incorporated in 1911 as the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. IBM 500 November 13, 1990
Through a licensing agreement with this company, Sears has opened stores called McKids McDonald\'s 100 March 14, 1990
90% of Florida's orange crop is used to make this Orange Juice 200 March 14, 1990
The Weekend 35 is a disposable underwater camera sold by this maker of the disposable Fling Kodak 300 March 14, 1990
U.S. automaker that owns 15% of Maserati & 100% of Lamborghini Chrysler 400 March 14, 1990
The Pacific Aero Products Company, founded in Seattle in 1916, is now called this Boeing 500 March 14, 1990
In August of 1987, Joan Kroc, widow of the founder of this company, donated a million dollars to the Democratic Party McDonald\'s 100 November 17, 1987
To compete with electronic watches, SMH created this inexpensive Swiss watch Swatch 200 November 17, 1987
Texas-raised Angora goats provide almost 95% of the US production of this Angora fiber mohair 300 November 17, 1987
In April 1987, Avia was bought by this major competitor Reebok 400 November 17, 1987
The Chicago Board of Trade is the world's largest of these futures (or commodities) exchange 500 November 17, 1987
Passengers not doing this on Continental flights between Aug. 25 & Sept. 25, 1986 got 10% off their next flight smoking 100 May 22, 1987
It may not be news to you, but this newsman emeritus is on the CBS board of directors Walter Cronkite 200 May 22, 1987
With money from making these, Seth Thomas built a cotton mill & a brass rolling factory clocks 300 May 22, 1987
In 1890, John M. Kohler heated a cattle trough & sprinkled it w/enamel powder to create his 1st of these bathtub 400 May 22, 1987
Founded in 1923 by brothers Henry, Hillel & Herman Hassenfeld, it began selling toys in 1943 Hasbro (Hassenfeld Brothers) 500 May 22, 1987
It's the "rock" in Prudential's ads Gibraltar 100 April 7, 1987
A high recognition factor prompted Lever Bros. to bring back the "Ta-ta-ta-da" ad for this Imperial Margarine 200 April 7, 1987
TV rights to it in 1980 cost $87 million; in 1984, $225 million; & for 1988, $300 million the Olympics 300 April 7, 1987
In March 1986, a Pittsburgh car dealer gave Cadillac buyers these Eastern European cars, free the Yugo 400 April 7, 1987
For the past 3 years her cosmetic co. has topped the Savvy magazine list of businesses run by women Estée Lauder 500 April 7, 1987
In 1888, their cameras cost $25, but by 1900, their least expensive camera cost a buck Kodak 100 March 23, 1987
Business of Young & Rubicam, Oglivy & Mather, & Benton & Bowles advertising 200 March 23, 1987
Total number of American companies now making VHS or Beta VCRs in the U.S. none 300 March 23, 1987
Shoebox Greetings, "A Tiny Little Division of" this company, started out with a line of 800 cards Hallmark 400 March 23, 1987
He established CBS in 1928, retired in 1983, but came back in 1986 (William) Paley 500 March 23, 1987
This spaghetti "Chef" "pasta way" June 22, 1985 Chef Boyardee 100 January 14, 1986
Former 5 & 10¢ store which now also owns Kinney Shoes & The Foot Locker Woolworths 200 January 14, 1986
Around 1930, she was the aviation editor of "Cosmopolitan" Amelia Earhart 300 January 14, 1986
On July 31, 1952, this former commander of U.N. forces in Korea became chairman of Remington Rand MacArthur 400 January 14, 1986
Nicknamed "Bubble" & looking like a hot tub the Cray-2 is the world's fastest of these water-cooled computer 500 January 14, 1986