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On This Day in Economic History
On this day in 1996 car seat manufacturer Johnson Control Inc. made a bid to become the leader in luxurious car interiors by bidding $1.35 billion to acquire Prince Holding Corporation. Prince Holding Corporation was known for their "surprise and delight" attitude when it came to car luxuries. In a statement shortly after the merger it was estimated that the two companies combined muscle would raise Johnson's annual sales from $850 million to $6 billion.