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U.S. businessman, philanthropist Jon Huntsman Sr. dead at 80

Huntsman died at his home in Salt Lake City surrounded by his family, Huntsman Corp, a specialty chemicals company based in Texas, said. "While never a chemist, he knew more about human chemistry than anyone I have ever met," his son Peter Huntsman, the company's chairman and chief executive, said in a statement. Huntsman founded Huntsman Container Corp in 1970 and four years later won the contract to create the polystyrene "clamshell" food container for McDonald's Corp.
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