Hamburger Helper & Radio

General Mills is changing the name of its very popular and lucrative “Hamburger Helper” to just “Helper”.

No more Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper.

One product, a new name and lower operating expenses.

Same with the radio industry.

Competing against Hamburger Helper radio.

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  1. The thinking behind changing brand names when the public is comfortable with the old name. 
  2. The reason why companies like General Mills, Radio Shack and many media companies are hell bent to re-launch popular products and services.
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