Business and Industry
- General manager, a descriptive term for certain executives in a business operation
- General merchandise
- General Mills, a company primarily concerned with food products
- General Motors, an automobile manufacturing company
- Gold Master, an original recording from which copies may be made
- Gross margin, profit as a percentage of sales price
- GM chassis or Gusenichnaya Machina, a tracked vehicle chassis
- Gunn & Moore, a sports equipment and apparel company
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—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)
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