When Jack T. Butler was in his twenties and working the night shift at his Pittsburgh-based family business, Butler Gas Products, he was asked by a friendly competitor visiting the site, “Where are all your empties?” Butler didn’t know exactly, so he asked his father, Jack A. Butler, founder of ...
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