A company’s logo is a mark, symbol or emblem that helps its users to identify the brand or company. Here are the three most expensive logo designs ever paid by their companies. Check out more in the blog.
Hey readers! You might me thinking that I’ve gone insane and must be thinking what Unicorns have to do with my blogs. But don’t worry, you might find this blog as informative as you would have found my other ones. For the fact about Unicorns, yes, they do exist in the business world. Read about it more in my blog.
Early 1990s was the beginning of the internet era and many companies were coming online, issuing IPOs to expand their business. Blind trust of the public in the dotcom companies pushed the stock price of the many companies to a new heights and this makes their market value much more than their intrinsic value. To read more, check out my blog.
Unilever is an British multinational company providing consumer products from over a decade and has just changed its logo twice in its entire journey. The new logo of Unilever has some hidden meanings that represents company’s work, products and its goals. Read the blog to know more.
As the name itself suggest, the term life insurance is only for a specific period of time which ensures the coverage payment if the insured person died during the period of the term specified. Read the blog to know about it more.
There are claims that JP Morgan was involved in the Titanic incident an that was a deliberate act rather than an accident. The fact the JP Morgan was not on the ship, when he was supposed to, strengthen the claims. Check out the blog for more details.
The Pizza chain Domino’s started a marketing campaign in Russia that backfired heavily to the company and they have to shut the campaign within 5 days of it implementation. Check the full story in my blog.
The internationally recognized Volkswagen Group, a German automotive corporation, founded in Berlin, Germany on 28May, 1937. You might be surprised to know some of the interesting facts about the Volkswagen Group. Check this out in my blog.
This blog is about how the 50/30/20 rule helps you manage your finances just by following a simple division of your income to three categories.
This blog is directly related to your financial decision of buying an asset that lose its 10% value the time you buy it and more than 50% within first 5 years. Surprisingly, everyone does it. Check out the details in the blog.