Starbucks’ round tables were created specifically so customers would feel less alone.
Amazon.com employees spend two days every two years working at the customer service desk — even the CEO — in order to help all workers understand the customer service process.
The world’s 100 richest people earned enough money in 2012 to end global poverty four times over.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin made the first Google Doodle in August 1998. They were heading to Burning Man in the Nevada desert and wanted people to know where the Google crew would be for a few days, so they added the festival’s logo.
Ikea got it’s name from it’s founder Ingvar Kamprad initials, plus the property and village he grew up in, Elmtaryd Agunnaryd.
There are now almost 1.5 million women self-employed which represents an increase of around 300,000 since before the economic downturn (Women in Enterprise: A Different Perspective, RBS Group 2013).
Henry Ford produced the model T only in black because the black paint available at the time was the fastest to dry.
A Tupperware party starts somewhere in the world every 23 seconds.
Steve Jobs is credited as an executive producer on Toy Story.
Facebook is primarily blue because Mark Zuckerberg suffers from red-green color blindness.