LAS VEGAS -- Seagram Co. said it will use the brand and trade marketing experience gained in its beverage businesses to propel recently acquired MCA to greater success. "This is a business of globalization, and we will use all the resources of Seagram and MCA to rapidly expand our international presence. This is a business of customers as well as consumers, and we will become progressively closer to them both. This is a business of brands, and we will use them aggressively," said Edgar ...

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