Tag: environment

  • Daimler AG

    Daimler AG, with its headquarters in Stuttgart of Germany, has a long history of automobile and engine manufacturing. On 1 May 1924, Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft and Benz & Cie signed an Agreement of Mutual Interest. They remained separate entities until 28 June 1926, when they merged to form Daimler-Benz AG and decided to brand their automobiles as Mercedes-Benz. Later in 1998, the company ...

  • Colombia Stock Exchange

    With offices in Bogotá, Cali and Medellín, the Colombia Stock Exchange, or Bolsa de Valores de Colombia (BVC) came about as the result of a merger in 2001 of the three exchanges in Colombia at the time – Bolsa de Bogota, Bolsa de Medellín and Bolsa de Occidente. Today the BVC is registered as a stock exchange promoting the development and market growth of the country’s financial assets by ...

  • 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 ...

  • Motorola

    Starting out as Galvin Manufacturing Corporation in 1928, Motorola was created by Joseph Galvin and Paul Galvin. The first product sold by the fledgling company was a battery eliminator. They later changed the company’s name to Motorola when it went public. Since its beginning Motorola has been determined to stay at the forefront of communication innovation. Amongst Motorola’s historic ...

  • Energy

    While the energy sector of an economy relies primarily on fossil fuels, and this is certainly true of the US, the focus is shifting toward ecologically sound alternative sources of energy. This is in keeping with global awareness of the potential long-term damaging effects of fossil fuels on the environment. This shift toward alternative energy sources may be seen by some as too little, too ...