U.S. Business: WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

In an anxious economy, the moods and opinions of top businessmen take on added importance. While their opinions were mixed, their mood last week was still generally optimistic. A sampling:

> ROBERT W. GALVIN, chairman of Chicago-based Motorola, Inc.: "I see a continued rise through 1967. Whether auto production is up or down 2% doesn't matter. The new technology will result in new products and new demand. Technology is making the present means of production obsolete, so we have to invest to stay in business and capital investment will thus stay high. I don't...

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