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Had to be 30-35 years ago.
At 10:35 PM 2/25/95 -0500, SuePStewrt -at- AOL -dot- COM wrote:
>>>Question: Why did Esso change to Exxon?<<
>As I recall, the company was doing business in the U.S. under five or six
>names, with different names in different states. Exxon was the name chosen
>to unify the corporate image.
>This is the story I remember, but I was, after all, *very young* ;^).
>suepstewrt -at- aol -dot- com
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