Duracell: American IQ
Posted in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Forum
#1 Aug 29, 2013
Duracell is an American battery manufacturing company, making batteries for consumer electronics products such as remote controls, flashlights, toys, radios, etc.
Duracell is a very well-respected battery manufacturer and given America's challenges in the electronics market, specifically competing with Japanese firms such as Samsung and Sony, the successes of Duracell signify a true American achievement in the world of the free market.
The exciting successes of Duracell perhaps reveal the value of economics-idealistic Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Wall Street" (1987).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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