Business & Finance: Broken-Down Employes

An aggressive, dapper hustler is Edward F. ("Ned") Hutton, board chairman of General Foods Corp. He founded the big New York Stock Exchange house that bears his name. Already rich in his own right, he got into the grocery business in 1920 by marrying the sole heir of the late Charles William Post, founder of Postum Cereal Co. And throughout the following decade the Huttons cut a wide swath through the society pages of the U. S. Press.

Early in Depression, evincing a nicer regard for the feelings of...

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