Born in 1953, I am based in San Diego. My wares are under the sink, in the garage, and in toolboxes. It took 40 tries to develop my flagship product (which shares my name) as a water displacement formula. My Web site lists more than 2,000 uses for it, such as dissolving toupee tape residue, keeping pigeons off balconies, and removing a python from a bus. My other brands include 3-IN-ONE Oil, Lava, X-14 and Solvol cleaners, 2000 Flushes, Carpet Fresh and Spot Shot. My new Smart Straw feature can help you avoid losing that little red straw. Who

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Last Week's Trivia Answer:

Founded in 1869 in New York by a German immigrant and his son-in-law, I became one of America's largest private companies. I went public in 1999. As an investment bank, I have helped companies raise money via debt and equity stock and have taken public firms such as Sears Holdings Corp., Merck & Co. Inc. and Ford Motor Co. I am one of the most sought-after employers by M.B.A. graduates. My 2007 revenue totaled about $46 billion, nearly double 2005 levels. My assets under management total nearly $900 billion. Who am I? (Answer: Goldman Sachs Group Inc.)