Business & Finance: Personnel: Oct. 5, 1936

¶ "Bunk!" exploded Samuel Instill few weeks ago when asked if he would resign the presidency of Affiliated Broadcasting Co., his first step over the sill of big business since his utilities empire crashed in 1932. Shortly after the first of the year, Insull friends put up $200,000 for A. B. C., gave the old utilitarian the presidency, let him pick three members of the five-man board. Profits of the chain (21 stations in the Midwest) stayed out of sight but the bottom of the original pot did not. Few weeks ago after Vice...

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