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I had the White House pretty much now history we're expecting a press conference any moment that -- neighbor again for president Barack Obama is hoping.
That this meeting is you're saying -- Harvard Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates junior and of course officer.
And himself have kind of arrested a resolve the racially charged dispute.
But what may be getting more attention in the meeting itself their choice of -- -- light blue moon in red stripe as I'm sure you know by now the Beers.
Are not American known they -- for and owned even though the brand names are familiar and it got us thinking about other things that you might think -- American that actually are foreign owned tonight's power rankings.
That are -- patrol but you thought were from the good old USA we have right here to do this -- -- -- this.
I'll never know Seattle Mariners before I get -- that democratic Tea Party doesn't look -- I -- your little anywhere near Seattle.
Seattle Mariners back in 1992 their owner -- loyal and we're trying to move the team he tried for years to move the team so Nintendo -- Men and bought the team tens of great price back then their owner Hiroshi Yamaguchi.
Has apparently not related -- flying so we actually didn't see them play for you.
But Seattle since then because owning a team cannot see him play imagine trying to get the owner on the phone -- these -- -- But I'll tell you know now based on a lot of Japanese players and they become a really good team that profit.
Number four Columbia.
Pictures Columbia Pictures that now the studio was started 1944.
Bought by Coca-Cola in the eighties.
Coca-Cola enjoyed some profits until they made is -- And they sold -- -- social car which was a terrible does our disaster performing film might think of all time exactly -- deserve to be picked up -- exactly so they got out of the business they sold it to Sony for 3.4 billion.
It makes Spider-Man.
OK -- so they've done very well number three.
-- division of IBM dot IBM is a hole right.
Right and this is this is Lenovo purchasing IBM personal computer for.
-- so when they made this purchase couple years back.
One point 75 billion dollars -- became the third largest personal computer company in the world -- and they have a lot of innovations including.
The thinkpad and -- including the tablet PC.
And the T 61 which is the computer that I have -- promotion but it's good.
It's a little -- got a lot of great -- for the Bruins aren't number two and we're back to beer.
-- -- -- -- about this you know you sit down and you have a blood drive through you have a -- alone you sit and enjoy the classic American here guess what.
You're doing a Belgian phone right here and through his brother and sister Beers are -- hole garden.
You know this beer company was purchased for fifty they -- Anheuser-Busch the owners of blood and -- fifty.
-- billion dollars.
Lot of film without purchasing became the world's largest group are by the way it's not the only American -- Americans -- Brad Miller Miller was purchased for five point two billion firefight earlier by south African -- exactly so there's a lot of Beers you drink if you think -- Americans and their -- -- -- -- right -- number wise I never a million years guessed that 70 and several I don't know you know -- go to seven -- -- was a little kid and never.
Did I ever.
Think it was owned by a Japanese company but it is it was purchased.
At least about in 2000 they raise their state of Japanese -- raise their stake to 73%.
That's Japanese company.
That company eventually was purchased.
Actually merged into seven my holdings which then raises -- to a 100% is now it is fully owned by the unaudited -- what bottom line is it shows you.
We are universal economy right now they can't delineate between an American or any other company we're all working to -- exactly it doesn't change the services.
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