- Catelli i Fiorani, a defunct Italian motorcycle maker bought by Fusi
- CF, the IATA code for City Airline
- Consolidated Freightways, a former trucking company in the United States
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“Perhaps nothing in all my business has helped me more than faith in my fellow man. From the very first I felt confident that I could trust the great, friendly public. So I told it quite simply what I thought, what I felt, what I was trying to do. And the response was quick, sure, and immediate.”
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