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Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Of Company B
   featured in the film   
Buck Privates (1941)
The Ropers
   is a spin-off from   
Three's Company
Cavalcade
   means   
A Company of Riders
Chrissy Snow
   appears in   
Three's Company
Jack Tripper
   appears in   
Three's Company
The Electric Company
   costs   
$150
Utility
Borje Ekholm
   is/was   
Pres and CEO of Swedish Company Investor AB
Formerly held SAAB which was later sold to General Motors
Bad Company
   released the single   
Bad Company
1974; did not chart but has attained lasting popularity
Impresario
   means   
Manager, Promoter or Sponsor of a Musical or Theatrical Program or Company
Italian
Exchange and Telegraph Company
   news agency is based in   
London
EXTEL - Founded 1872.
Collins Radio Company
   was named after   
Arthur A. Collins
Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
   was named after   
Glenn Curtiss
To Curtiss-Wright
De Lorean Motor Company
   was named after   
John De Lorean
Deere & Company
   was named after   
John Deere
Douglas Aircraft Company
   was named after   
Donald Wills Douglas, Sr.
To McDonnell Douglas
The Dow Chemical Company
   was named after   
Herbert Dow
Dow Jones & Company
   was named after   
Charles Dow & Edward Jones
Eli Lilly and Company
   was named after   
Eli Lilly
Ford Motor Company
   was named after   
Henry Ford
Gannett Company
   was named after   
Frank Gannett
Ghirardelli Chocolate Company
   was named after   
Domingo Ghirardelli
Glenn L. Martin Company
   was named after   
Glenn Luther Martin
To Lockheed Martin
H. J. Heinz Company
   was named after   
Henry John Heinz
The Hershey Company
   was named after   
Milton Hershey
Hughes Aircraft, Hughes Tool Company Hughes Airwest
   was named after   
Howard Hughes
The Jim Henson Company
   was named after   
Jim Henson
Kellogg Company
   was named after   
John Harvey Kellogg
Kent H. Landsberg Company
   was named after   
Kent H. Landsberg
Lorillard Tobacco Company
   was named after   
Pierre Lorillard IV
REO Motor Car Company
   was named after   
Ransom E. Olds
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
   was named after   
R. J. Reynolds
Sherwin-Williams Company
   was named after   
Henry Sherwin and Edward Williams
Timken Company
   was named after   
Henry Timken
W. R. Grace and Company
   was named after   
William Russell Grace
The Walt Disney Company
   was named after   
Walt Disney
The Comedy Company
   featured the character   
Con Dikaletis the Fruiterer
Played by Mark Mitchell
The Comedy Company
   featured the character   
David Rabbitborough
Played by Ian McFadyen
New England Confectionary Company
   is found at   
Boston, MA
Also Known As NECCO
Celestial Seasonings, Twinings, East Indian Company
   are all   
Brands of Tea
Others include Lipton, Salada, Good Earth Teas, The Tea Chest and Steep
Big Brother & The Holding Company
   released the album   
Big Brother & The Holding Company (1967)
Winery
   is described as   
A Building, Property, or Company That is Involved in the Production of Wine.
Bad Company (1995)
   has the tagline   
Bribbery. Blackmail. Murder. Specialities of the House.
Bluth Company
   is a fictional company in   
Arrested Development
Piece of My Heart
   was released by   
Big Brother and the Holding Company (featuring Janis Joplin)
1968 - inducted in 1999; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
"The Company We Keep"
   was   
Del McCoury Band
2006 - Best Bluegrass Album
Grenada Chocolate Company
   is located in   
Grenada
A cooperative in Grenada making organic dark chocolate from bean to bar as well as growing the cocoa in Grenada (tree-to-bar).
Holding
   is missing from the title of   
Big Brother and the ___ Company
Big Brother And The Holding Company (1967)
Cynthia M. Trudell
   was/were the first   
Woman to Head a US Car Company
Saturn Corp 1999
1998
   was the year   
The Company Google Was Formed
By Larry Page and Sergey Brin
Big Brother and the Holding Company (feat. Janis Joplin)
   released the single   
Piece of My Heart
1968; peaked at #12 on the Billboard Hot 100; included in the Rolling Stone magazine's "Greatest Songs of All Time"; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999






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