Tag: companies

  • Bayer

    Bayer's slogan reads as follows: "Science For A Better Life". And with every passing year, this company strives to improve on its products, which include nutrition and healthcare. It is a company that is determined to develop new products to secure a better future and find new innovations to advance the quality of life. Bayer is a pharmaceutical company that is known worldwide, and its ...

  • Barclays

    Barclays has a strong customer base of almost 20 million accounts. It enjoys adequate infrastructure in technology, and is well poised to take off from its strong platform. The UK market is highly competitive and sophisticated, so stock market circles expect Barclays to make rapid strides abroad once it moves in this direction decisively.

  • Amex

    Business Management students, who wish to internalize branding concepts, would do well on the story and reality of AMEX. Stock market analysts will happily join other stakeholders in acknowledging the infinite value of this global brand. Every service industry faces high obstacles in terms of intangibility, but AMEX leaps over such impediments with ease, as it has become a house-hold name ...

  • British Airways

    Established back in 1974 after the merger of British European Airways Corporation and British Overseas Airways Corporation, British Airways (BA) is the UK’s largest airline headquartered in Waterside. The company was privatized in February of 1987. Providing service to some 150 destinations, British Airways has more than 240 aircraft in its fleet and is easily recognized worldwide.

  • Cadbury

    Cadbury became part of Kraft Foods on February 2, 2010. Brands do not find places on financial statements, which is a real irony! Some of the best listings on every stock market are of companies whose most valuable assets are their brands. Cadbury is such a company, and the corporate name is the most valuable of all! However, the company has made a series of judicious acquisitions over ...

  • Toyota

    Toyota is a symbol of the post World War II stock market phenomenon, though it is also entirely relevant from a conventional investment perspective. Few companies can boast of a record of such rapid growth, global expansion, sustained profitability, and continuous innovation as Toyota. Though the company has business and stock market records that pack a global punch, its internal processes ...

  • Boeing

    It is a stock market rarity to find such limited competition in an essential and global business! However, that is the truth of Boeing, a corporate name as famous as its host city of Seattle near the west coast of the United States.

  • JP Morgan Chace

    JP Morgan Chase is a world leader in financial services, and has the distinction of being one of the oldest of its kind in the world, with roots going back to 1854 when Junius S. Morgan started his career in financial circles. His son J. Pierpont Morgan took over the reigns, joining forces with Anthony J. Drexel to establish the firm of Drexel, Morgan & Co in New York in 1871. This later ...

  • Intel

    Very few companies come even close to Intel’s ability to make silicon chips with imprints of integrated circuits. The company upgrades its technology with dazzling rapidity. It is far ahead of the competition, and appears poised to stay that way!

  • Exxon

    While both having a history going back to John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil Company which was established in 1870, Exxon and Mobil operated separately for some time before merging on November 30, 1999 to form ExxonMobil Corporation. With its headquarters in Irving, Texas, and with a world-wide reach, ExxonMobil is a manufacturer of fuels, lubricants and petrochemicals and is the second ...

  • Amazon

    Amazon.com will always be a star in the history of the stock market evolution. The very audacity of this company's business model is its greatest source of strength. Some veterans are almost wistful as they recall the days when one had to step out to browse through books to buy them. However, Amazon.com does not detract in any substantial way from a shopping experience. On the contrary, it ...

  • Fedex

    Every stock market investor has been in a spot at least once, needing to ensure that a delivery reaches on time, or waiting anxiously for vital documents and articles to arrive. The sight of the FedEx logo is so reassuring for consignor and consignee alike that we take its reliability for granted. It is a truism of the business world that ‘a kingdom can be lost for want of a ...