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2. Name that logo:

The company's octagon logo was introduced in 1960 and is one of the earliest abstract corporate logos and the first abstract logo in the banking industry. Then Vice Chairman David Rockefeller selected the abstract logo to represent Chase Manhattan's modernity and global presence and opted not to include the company name so as to allow for future name changes. The logo has seen different colors in its time though the shape has remained the same.

The company's octagon logo was introduced in 1960 and is one of the earliest abstract corporate logos and the first abstract logo in the banking industry. Then Vice Chairman David Rockefeller selected the abstract logo to represent Chase Manhattan's modernity and global presence and opted not to include the company name so as to allow for future name changes. The logo has seen different colors in its time though the shape has remained the same.

The company's octagon logo was introduced in 1960 and is one of the earliest abstract corporate logos and the first abstract logo in the banking industry. Then Vice Chairman David Rockefeller selected the abstract logo to represent Chase Manhattan's modernity and global presence and opted not to include the company name so as to allow for future name changes. The logo has seen different colors in its time though the shape has remained the same.

The company's octagon logo was introduced in 1960 and is one of the earliest abstract corporate logos and the first abstract logo in the banking industry. Then Vice Chairman David Rockefeller selected the abstract logo to represent Chase Manhattan's modernity and global presence and opted not to include the company name so as to allow for future name changes. The logo has seen different colors in its time though the shape has remained the same.

The company's octagon logo was introduced in 1960 and is one of the earliest abstract corporate logos and the first abstract logo in the banking industry. Then Vice Chairman David Rockefeller selected the abstract logo to represent Chase Manhattan's modernity and global presence and opted not to include the company name so as to allow for future name changes. The logo has seen different colors in its time though the shape has remained the same.

The company's octagon logo was introduced in 1960 and is one of the earliest abstract corporate logos and the first abstract logo in the banking industry. Then Vice Chairman David Rockefeller selected the abstract logo to represent Chase Manhattan's modernity and global presence and opted not to include the company name so as to allow for future name changes. The logo has seen different colors in its time though the shape has remained the same.

The company's octagon logo was introduced in 1960 and is one of the earliest abstract corporate logos and the first abstract logo in the banking industry. Then Vice Chairman David Rockefeller selected the abstract logo to represent Chase Manhattan's modernity and global presence and opted not to include the company name so as to allow for future name changes. The logo has seen different colors in its time though the shape has remained the same.

The company's octagon logo was introduced in 1960 and is one of the earliest abstract corporate logos and the first abstract logo in the banking industry. Then Vice Chairman David Rockefeller selected the abstract logo to represent Chase Manhattan's modernity and global presence and opted not to include the company name so as to allow for future name changes. The logo has seen different colors in its time though the shape has remained the same.

The company's octagon logo was introduced in 1960 and is one of the earliest abstract corporate logos and the first abstract logo in the banking industry. Then Vice Chairman David Rockefeller selected the abstract logo to represent Chase Manhattan's modernity and global presence and opted not to include the company name so as to allow for future name changes. The logo has seen different colors in its time though the shape has remained the same.

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Goldman Sachs

 

Citigroup

 

Prudential Financial

 

Charles Schwab

 

Fannie Mae

 

Freddie Mac

 

JPMorgan Chase

 

MetLife

 

Western Union

 
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