Iconic Companies In Their First Years (Page 2 of 6)
5. Google (Palo Alto, CA, 1999)
If you’re curious about the early days of this company, you can always, well, google it. Starting out in a garage, the web trailblazers soon made the leap into Silicon Valley. Today, it has a massive campus in Mountain View.
6. United Airlines (1930)
United partnered with Boeing to debut the first modern airliners. They also hired the first female flight attendants, all of whom were registered, nurses.
7. Arby’s (Youngstown, OH, 1964)
The Raffel Brothers introduced roast beef sandwiches to the fast food landscape. They wanted a more sophisticated dining experience, but that didn’t stop them from putting a 40-foot sign out front.