These Ivories Could Be Golden

Pianos haven't been hot items in recent years, and the recession has exacerbated the slump in sales. But the nation's largest piano maker, Baldwin Piano & Organ, has survived the downswing quite well. Baldwin's 1990 earnings jumped 100%, despite fierce competition from Japanese and Korean producers, which together control 50% of the U. S. market.

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