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37signals - History
... The company's initial focus was on website redesign, including work for Panera Bread and Shopping.com ... Work on the company's first product, the project management application Basecamp, began in 2003 ... By 2005, the company had moved away from consulting work to focus exclusively on its web applications ...
GM - Business and Industry
... in a business operation General merchandise General Mills, a company primarily concerned with food products General Motors, an automobile manufacturing company Gold Master, an original recording ...
Xtra-vision
... chain of video rental stores (or video libraries), founded in 1979 by Richard Murphy ... It was previously operated by US company Blockbuster ... The company has a workforce of almost 1600 employees ...
Lansing, Michigan - Timeline
1855 – Michigan State University is founded as the Agricultural College of the State of Michigan. 1881 – Michigan Millers Insurance Company founded ... Later that year he founded the Olds Motor Vehicle Company, which became the Oldsmobile division of General Motors in 1908, and he was also the founder of the REO Motor Car ...
Railtrack - History - Administration
... The parent company, Railtrack Group plc, was not put into administration and continued operating its other subsidiaries, which included property and telecommunications interests ... position had been that the new company would have to live within the existing regulatory settlement (£14.8 billion for the five years 2001-2006) ... the government had to go back to the High Court and present evidence that the company was no longer insolvent ...

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    The LORD by wisdom founded the earth; by understanding he established the heavens; by his knowledge the deeps broke open, and the clouds drop down the dew.
    Bible: Hebrew, Proverbs 3:19-20.

    Women hock their jewels and their husbands’ insurance policies to acquire an unaccustomed shade in hair or crêpe de chine. Why then is it that when anyone commits anything novel in the arts he should be always greeted by this same peevish howl of pain and surprise? One is led to suspect that the interest people show in these much talked of commodities, painting, music, and writing, cannot be very deep or very genuine when they so wince under an unexpected impact.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)

    There is no such thing as “the Queen’s English.” The property has gone into the hands of a joint stock company and we own the bulk of the shares!
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)