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The article presents news briefs concerning business-related issues in the U.S. from 1921 to 1996. Many corporations failed to recognize the need for public relations in 1921. General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. are passing the ultimatum to the United Auto Workers in 1981. In the first three quarters of 1995, Coke's operating income increased.


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