Everyday we learn something new about the businesses that run the world’s engine. From companies associated with the Nazis to companies that sold sea-shells and later became one of the world’s largest oil companies. Today lets talk about the beginnings of Domino’s Pizza, the second largest pizza chain in the United States. In 1960, brothers Tom and James Monaghan bought DomiNick’s, a small pizza place in Ypsilanti, Michigan. They gave a… Read More →
Sean Parker, founder of Napster and former President of Facebook, tipped a waitress $5,000 on a $6,000 bill at Beverly Club in West Hollywood, CA. That is a 83% tip when the norm is between 12% to 20%, at least for me. I bet every waitress in the club now wants to serve him if he ever comes back. The life of a billionaire! Source (1)
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, is a very interesting person. He is smart, funny, and the true definition of being a nerd. Wozniak also likes to try new things and never gives up. Despite his incredibly high IQ, Wozniak thought it would be a good idea to perform on Dancing With the Stars in 2009. He was considered the star. The Samba proved to be too scientific for him and he… Read More →
Many people know what BMW is and many love the brand. But only few know what the letters BMW stands for: Bavarian Motor Works. In case you didn’t, know you know it.
Sony’s first product wasn’t a TV or a Walkman. Sony’s first product ever was an electric rice cooker in 1946. Tasty rice was a rarity, as the rice cooker produced mostly undercooked or overcooked rice.
The name “Google” is a misspelling of the word “googol” which refers to the number 10 raised to the power of 100 (1 followed by 100 zeros). This reflects the company’s mission to organize the immense amount of information available online.