Business: For the Record

After two years of smearing, the reputations of three of the fanciest supersalesmen in the U.S. were cleared last week. The Miranda brothers (Alfred and Ignacio) and their partner, Felix William Zelcer, had bagged $107,000,000 of foreign business for Brewster Aeronautical Corp., had been spectacularly accused of charging exorbitant commissions for it. The case had been lively reading in & out of the courts for 22 months (TIME, May 10).

Last week a New York Supreme Court justice, J. Sidney Bernstein, in approving $4,100,000 in commissions for them, came out foursquare for...

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