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Can you name the companies or brands that have the word 'America' or 'US' in the name?

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DescriptionCompany/Brand
Chemical and oil company that merged with BP in 1998.
The largest airline in the US until its collapse in 1991; now featured in a fictional TV show.
Financial services corporation known for its gold, platinum, and black charge cards.
Flighty’ clothing retailer that targets 14- to 25-year-old males.
Television show that shows viewer-submitted humorous videos; once hosted by Bob Saget.
Reality television competition with singers, dancers, magicians, comedians, etc.
One of the big three television networks; owned by Disney.
A line of dolls that portray nine- to eleven-year-old females of various ethnicities.
News magazine; competitors include Time and Newsweek
Multinational insurance corporation that played a role in the 2008 financial crisis.
Reality television singing competition
Airline with hubs in Dallas, Chicago, Miami, New York, and Los Angeles.
Nonprofit organization that enlists recent college graduates to teach in low-income communities.
A financial services company; competitors includes Wells Fargo and Citigroup
Airline covertly owned and operated by the CIA to supply US operations in Southeast Asia.
DescriptionCompany/Brand
Movie theater chain that competes with Regal Cinema
Metal company founded by J.P. Morgan
Airline with hubs in Philadelphia, Charlotte, and Phoenix
Internet services and media company; merged with Time Warner in 2000.
Government agency responsible for mail delivery
Clothing manufacturer known for making basic, solid-color cotton clothes and suggestive ads.
Wireless telecommunications company headquartered in Chicago
Nonprofit federation of motor clubs across the US
Film series or Don McLean song, ostensibly about a delicious dessert.
Cable television channel originally known for movies, now known for ‘Mad Men’ and ‘Breaking Bad’
A company that manufactures computer modems and similar products, but not the product in its name.
One of the two leagues that make up Major League Baseball
The only university in Washington, D.C. that fits the category
Defunct electronics company known for videodisc and televisions

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