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March 29, 2007

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Bill Sweetman

Back when General Electric owned the Gatling gun factory in Burlington, they still had some P&W machine tools. Probably GDATP still does - it's not the world's fastest changing business.

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Hello this is really very interesting information.... Thanks! I like this part of your blog "One executive called it the PR equivalent of “speed dating”.

Fun fact: the founder of Pratt & Whitney was not named Pratt or Whitney. It was a man named Rentschler. I asked several people, but no one could tell me why a man named Rentschler would go to all the trouble of creating an engine company only to name his own company “Pratt & Whitney”. Keep posting... I like your blog.

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the coupes, sedans and the SUVs. With the Mini Cooper Bumper Q45 being the flagship sedan, the Mini Cooper auto parts

found its place in the American market.The Mini Cooper Bumper never did give names to their cars,instead consistently

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