Corporations: Millions from Small Packages

What company spends $100 million a year urging Americans to savor Brach candy, Gulden's Mustard and Chef Boy-ar-Dee foods, to rub on Meet and Aero Shave, to wash their clothes with Woolite, to battle their bugs with Black Flag, to treat their ills with Dristan, Anacin and Bi-So-Dol, to keep their cool with Equanil? Even the most ardent shoppers might be hard put to answer because for all the effort it puts into making household names of its more than 90 brands, American Home Products Corp. cares little about plugging its own...

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