Sep 06 2016A good way to get your wheels spinning when you need inspiration for marketing campaign creativity is to look to the best Here are 50 of the best and most famous slogans 1 Apple: "Think Different" A darling of the advertising age Apple's "Think Different" is part of the company Aug 12 2019At first Pepsi had been marketed as a digestive aid appealing to consumers with the slogan Exhilarating Invigorating Aids Digestion But as the brand flourished the company switched tactics and decided instead to use the power of celebrity to sell Pepsi In 1913 Pepsi hired Barney Oldfield a famous racecar driver of the era as a

Top 10 Inventions That Changed the World

By 1500 twenty million had been printed in Western Europe 4 Computer Inventor: Charles Babbage The principal of the modern computer was first mentioned by Alan Turing and later the first mechanical computer was invented in early 19th century This invention has indeed accomplished amazing things in more areas of life than we realize

Aug 24 2015Workers (mostly from Vietnam and China) were taken to the factory at a cost that left them deeply in debt They also had their pay cut on the slightest provocation and received about $500 for nine months' work Food was so scarce that 251 people had to subsist off a single 1-kilogram (2 lb) chicken at mealtimes

18th century 1730s–1770s 1738 First free African-American community: Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose (later named Fort Mose) in Florida 1760 First known African-American published author: Jupiter Hammon (poem An Evening Thought: Salvation by Christ with Penitential Cries published as a broadside) 1767 First African American clockmaker Peter Hill was born

Doing this he had a belief that the company will be famous soon and this name will be more accessible for everyone to remember Skype : famous video chatting site Skype's first name was Sky peer-to-peer later it became Skyper and finally removing 'R' alphabet it was named as "Skype "

The first telephone switchboard patent however was not established until January 17 1882 when Leroy Firman received the first patent for a telephone switchboard By 1971 Erna Schneider Hoover had patented the first computerized telephone exchange Bell Telephone Company

7 Most Famous Social Engineering Attacks In History (Updated)

Sep 27 2018In 2016 the one-time internet giant Yahoo! reported two significant data breaches had occurred compromising user data The first breach occurred in 2014 and compromised half a billion user accounts The second in August of 2013 was initially believed to have affected over 1 billion accounts

Based in Ahmedabad Gujarat this top pharmaceutical company had a market capitalization of Rs 316 31 billion in June 2017 Zydus Cadila has several firsts in the world to its credit It launched the world's first biosimilar product Exemptia to treat victims of rheumatoid arthritis and other bone disorders at a fraction of the original

Mar 13 2020COVID-19 has widely and severely disrupted the workplace with many companies deploying remote work as an alternative to the traditional office and many others unfortunately reducing hours for their workers or laying them off altogether To help inspire companies looking for best remote work practices and to help job seekers interested in finding remote jobs FlexJobs has identified twenty

There was a notable extension to new fields In Vermont where the first paper established in 1781 had soon died another arose in 1783 in Maine two were started in 1785 In 1786 the first one west of the Alleghenies appeared at Pittsburgh and following the westward tide of immigration the Kentucky Gazette was begun at Lexington in 1787

Sep 04 2014How Were Moon Spacesuits Different? Spacesuits for the Apollo program had to do things the Mercury and Gemini suits could not They had to protect astronauts while they were walking on the moon The Apollo suits had boots made to walk on rocky ground Astronauts needed to walk away from the lunar lander The Apollo suits had a life support system

Aug 12 2019At first Pepsi had been marketed as a digestive aid appealing to consumers with the slogan Exhilarating Invigorating Aids Digestion But as the brand flourished the company switched tactics and decided instead to use the power of celebrity to sell Pepsi In 1913 Pepsi hired Barney Oldfield a famous racecar driver of the era as a

The famous photographer actually had aspirations of being a musician before getting seriously involved in photography He had a strong interest in the outdoors from a young age And he used photography to document his excursions experimenting with different modes and formats of photo over time Ray Kroc

Previously an editor for The Muse Alyse is proud to prove that yes English majors can change the world She's written almost 500 articles for The Muse on anything from productivity tips to cover letters to bad bosses to cool career changers many of which have been featured in Fast Company Forbes Inc CNBC's Make It USA Today College Lifehacker Mashable and more

History of American newspapers

There was a notable extension to new fields In Vermont where the first paper established in 1781 had soon died another arose in 1783 in Maine two were started in 1785 In 1786 the first one west of the Alleghenies appeared at Pittsburgh and following the westward tide of immigration the Kentucky Gazette was begun at Lexington in 1787

TRADING COMPANIES TRADING COMPANIES The early seventeenth century saw the foundation of Dutch and English trading companies with exclusive rights over vast areas in various parts of the globe These organizations were essentially merchant guilds that represented an institutional innovation that enabled them to conduct large-scale trade with distant shores

Sep 04 2014How Were Moon Spacesuits Different? Spacesuits for the Apollo program had to do things the Mercury and Gemini suits could not They had to protect astronauts while they were walking on the moon The Apollo suits had boots made to walk on rocky ground Astronauts needed to walk away from the lunar lander The Apollo suits had a life support system

Jun 02 2014The success of the dollhouse furniture pushed Elliot and Ruth (Matson had left the company due to poor health) to focus solely on manufacturing toys In 1959 Ruth invented the Barbie doll named after her daughter Barbara But these uber successful companies aren't the only ones that started from small garages

Failure That is a word that most people dread Everyone wants to be a success We want to be liked and admired But that dreaded "F" word always pops up Failure This experience is strong enough to make you want to quit and start a new life It is no different for any entrepreneur Or anyone trying to make something special out of their life

TRADING COMPANIES TRADING COMPANIES The early seventeenth century saw the foundation of Dutch and English trading companies with exclusive rights over vast areas in various parts of the globe These organizations were essentially merchant guilds that represented an institutional innovation that enabled them to conduct large-scale trade with distant shores

East India Company English company formed in 1600 for the exploitation of trade with East and Southeast Asia and India Starting as a monopolistic trading body the company became involved in politics and acted as an agent of British imperialism in India from the early 18th century to the mid-19th

Previously an editor for The Muse Alyse is proud to prove that yes English majors can change the world She's written almost 500 articles for The Muse on anything from productivity tips to cover letters to bad bosses to cool career changers many of which have been featured in Fast Company Forbes Inc CNBC's Make It USA Today College Lifehacker Mashable and more

Aug 12 2019At first Pepsi had been marketed as a digestive aid appealing to consumers with the slogan Exhilarating Invigorating Aids Digestion But as the brand flourished the company switched tactics and decided instead to use the power of celebrity to sell Pepsi In 1913 Pepsi hired Barney Oldfield a famous racecar driver of the era as a