Subject: Oct2000 ECMgt.com: M&A Activity Escalates
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Company Mergers from Jokes.com:

Southern Pacific/Union Pacific Merger
Top 10 Names for the Southern Pacific Railroad and Union Pacific Railroad Merger.
(note: ac4400cw is a type of locomotive)

 9) How many ac4400cw's do we have?
 8) Onion Pacific
 7) Pacific Squared
 6) Suffering Pacific
 5) Southern Union Pacific
 4) Pathetic Lines
 3) Southern Fried Chicken Pacific
 2) Line to Nowhere
 1) Union Pacific

Did you hear about the merger of Xerox and Wurlitzer?
From now on, they're going to make reproductive organs!

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