Investments. Stephen A. Schwarzman ranked 76th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List calls New York, NY home and was worth $3.5 billion.
Pilot. Pilots are licensed by the Federal Aviation Administration.
1986. Italy's Fiat has negotiated to renovate the buildings of the Zastava company to house a new company.
Safety Pin. Hunt patented the invention, then sold the rights to it for $400 in order to pay a debt to a friend.
1927. The merger of Merck and Schering-Plough 2009 to created the world's second largest healthcare company.
Milk And Eggs. "Goods" are defined as that which is tangible and has a production cycle.
XOM. The Exxon Corporation is a direct descendant of John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil Company.
Qantas. Qantas, which stands for Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services, was founded in 1920.
A Security. Illiquid securities are often valued as "marked to model".
Line Of Credit. Any line of credit is subject to lender requirements.
Susan B. Anthony. Susan B. Anthony was born in Adams, Massachusetts, the daughter of Quakers.
Handbags. Florence-based Gucci makes leather goods, accessories, and men's and women's shoes.
Frank Winfield. Frank Winfield Woolworth founded the first Woolworth's store in 1878 with a loan of $300.
A High Speed Passenger Train. Eurostar can be traced to the 1986 choice of a rail tunnel to provide a cross-Channel link between Britain and France.
Poland. Poland is a country in Central Europe.
Liquor. Edgar M. Bronfman Sr. ranked 80th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List calls New York, NY home and was worth $3.2 billion.
1927. The first strands of lights had eight sockets each.
Energy. Robert Earl Holding ranked 59th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List calls Sun Valley, ID home and was worth $4.2 billion.
Electric Stock Quotation Board. Sutro & Company is the oldest brokerage house west of the Mississippi.
New Technology. Microsoft released the first version of NT in 1993.