Business: Motors

Back from the warmth and flowers of Hawaii where many a U. S. businessman takes winter's rest, John North Willys, of Toledo, last week: 1) reduced the prices of all Willys-Knight Standard Six models by $150; 2) hired every man who applied for factory work in order to reach a required production of 2,000 cars daily; 3) received reports from salesmen that they had sold 30,000 cars during March; 4) notified Willys-Overland stockholders that their net income last year had been $6,341,519, the equivalent of $2.04 on each company share.

How the individual is less, and the corporation is more, has been...

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