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HQ of Monsanto
St Louis
HQ of Proctor and Gamble
Cincinnati
HQ of Heinz
Pittsburg
HQ of Boeing
Seattle
HQ of Saturn auto plant
Springhill, TN
HQ of Tyson Foods
Springdale, AK
HQ of Nike
Beaverton, OR
HQ of Anheuser-Busch
St. Louis
HQ of Coke
Atlanta
HQ of Nieman-Marcus
Dallas
HQ of Goodyear
Akron, OH
HQ of Rubbermaid
Worster, OH
HQ of Fed Ex
Memphis, TN
HQ of Eastman Kodak
Rochester, NY
HQ of Land-O-Lakes
Minneapolis, MN
HQ of GE
Schenectady, NY
HQ of Jack Daniels
Lynchburg, TN
HQ of Tandy
Fort Worth
HQ of USX
Pittsburg
HQ of Pillsbury
Minneapolis
HQ of Quaker Oats
Cedar Rapids, IA
HQ of Kellogg
Battle Creek, MI
HQ of Berlitz
Providence, RI
HQ of Ben and Jerry's
Waterbury, CT
St. Petersburg. Russia jewelry firm
Fabergé
Delaware chemical company
DuPont
Capital Cities network
ABC
Parent company of CBS
Westinghouse
Parent company of NBC
GE
Pancake brand started in 1893
Aunt Jemima
Standard Oil of New Jersey
Exxon
Auto maker who declared bankruptcy in 1940
Preston Tucker
"Flying Colors" airline that declared bankruptcy in 1981
Braniff
Dutch airline; the world's oldest
KLM
Brazil's airline
Varig
Israel's airline
El Al
Russia's airline
Aeroflot
Scaninavian airline
SAS
Germany's airline
Lufthansa
Belgian airline
Sabena
Hong Kong's airline
Cathay Pacific
Switzerland's airlines
Crossair and Swissair
Australia's airline
Qantas
Spain's airline
Iberia
Top US shipping company
FedEx
Top US car rental company
Enterprise
Top US prescription drug outlet
Walgreens
Top-selling US motor oil company
Pennzoil
Largest US tire and rubber company
Goodyear
Largest US chemical company
DuPont
Second largest US chemical company
Dow
Largest US cigarette maker
Phillip Morris
Ray Ban sunglasses maker
Bausch and Lomb
Pony Express owners
Wells Fargo
Billboard ad company and newspaper chain owner
Gannett
Company that uses Red Cross symbol
Johnson and Johnson
Bennett Cerf's publishing company
Random House
Maine company with outdoor gear catalogs
LL Bean
San Francisco high tech catalog company
Sharper Image
US largest mail order company
Montgomery Ward
US largest exporter
Boeing
Maker of Cheerios
General Mills
Vermont Ice Cream maker
Ben and Jerry's
"All Natural" ice cream maker
Breyer
German aspirin company
Bayer
Owner of Jeopardy and Columbia Tri-Star
Sony
Arkansas frozen food company
Tyson
Lean Cuisine maker
Stouffers
Top soy sauce maker
Kikoman
Little Rock yogurt chain
TCBY
They had the first roasted coffee in cans, 1878
Chase and Sandbourne
Coffee brand named after Memphis hotel
Maxwell House
Maker of spam
Hormel
World's largest spice company
McCormack and Co
Largest electric razor company
Norelco
Maker of the C90 supercomputer
Cray Research
Dallas semiconductor company
Texas Instruments
Scotch Tape-brand maker
3M
Company that built the Queen Elizabeth
Cunard
North Dakota computer manufacturer
Gateway
French maker of disposable lighters and razors
Bic
Largest US orange juice maker
Tropicana
Largest US maker of fruit juices
Ocean Spray
Etch-a-sketch maker
Ohio art
Barbie maker
Mattel
GI Joe maker
Hasbro
First yoyo maker
Duncan
Hulla Hoop maker
Wham-O
Leading maker of processed turkey products
Louis Rich
Company whose symbol is a monoclad peanut
Planters
Maker of Zima
Coors
Maker of Viagra
Pfizer
Only major motorcycle maker in the US
Harley-Davidson
Credit reporting firm and maker of jet engines
TRW
Kleenex maker
Kimberly-Clark
First company to mass-market baby food
Gerber
World's largest food company
Nestle
Banana Republic and Old Navy owner
The Gap
Former name of Chiquita brand
United Fruit Company
Former chairman of Occidental Petroleum
Armand Hammer
Walt Disney CEO
Michael Eisner
Apple CEO
Steve Jobs
Steve Job's original partner
Steve Wozniak
Former Microsoft CEO
Bill Gates
Bill Gates' original partner
Paul Allen
Current Microsoft CEO
Steve Bullmer
Dell Computer CEO
Michael Dell
Amazon CEO
Jeff Bezos
AMR CEO
Robert Crandall
QVC CEO
Barry Diller
Ford CEO
Bill Ford, Jr. (he replaced Jacques Nasser)
Chrysler chairman 1979-92
Lee Iacocco
Founder of Wendy's Restaurants
Dave Thomas
Founder of McDonalds
Ray Kroc
Founder of TWA
Howard Hughes
Founder of CBS
William Paley
Founder of Kodak
George Eastman
Founder of FOX entertainment
Rupert Murdoch
Founder of Paramount Pictures
Adolph Zukor
Founded Hawaiian Pineapple Company in 1901
James Dole
Founded American Fur Company in 1808
John Jacob Astor
Founded Chicago's largest department store in 1881
Marshall Field
Aaron Ward's middle name
Montgomery
WWI flier and Eastern Airlines chairman
Eddie Rickenbacker
Astronaut and Eastern Airlines chairman
Frank Borman
State that incorporates half of the Fortune 500 companies
Delaware