Founded in 1869 in Pennsylvania, my first product was horseradish. In those days, many considered tomatoes an exotic Mexican fruit called "love apples." I changed that, introducing ketchup in 1876 (followed by soups and baby food in 1931). Today I am a $14 billion giant, featuring brands such as Classico, Lea & Perrins, Ore-Ida, Smart Ones, Bagel Bites and Wyler's. I also offer foods sold under the following licensed names: Weight Watchers, Boston Market, T.G.I. Friday's, Jack Daniel's and Linda McCartney. I sell about 650 million bottles of ketchup yearly under my own name. Who am I?

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I was founded in 1966 in St. Paul, Minn., as an audio-component-systems retailer called "Sound of Music." I am now North America's No. 1 specialty retailer of consumer electronics, personal computers, entertainment software and appliances. I sport about 1,200 retail stores in the United States, Canada and China. The Geek Squad of computer fixers is housed under my roof. Other businesses I have joined with include Magnolia Audio Video, Future Shop, Pacific Sales Kitchen & Bath Centers, Jiangsu Five Star Appliance Co. and Speakeasy. My stock has increased more than 12-fold over the last decade, making many shareholders rich. Who am I? (Answer: Best Buy Co. Inc.)