Great Timeline Resource

Working on a timeline, historical speech, or About Us page that needs some solid context? Visit greatachievements.org. Compiled by the National Academy of Engineering, this website contains detailed historical information, timelines, and personal essays by key innovators for each of 20 major engineering accomplishments of the 20th[...]
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9 Questions to Ask Before You Invest a Penny in a Business History Project

You’ll find lots of providers in the business history field, from self-styled “factories” to retired professors. How can you select the right one for your unique requirements and get the best marketing value for your investment? As you evaluate, ask these important questions, which reflect CorporateHistory.net’s 13[...]
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How Old Is Your Company? Are You Sure?

Photo by Drama Book Shop, which will keep its "Since 1917" tagline even though 1916 may be the founding year
Amusing piece in The New York Times: New York City’s Drama Book Shop thought it was 100 years old until it did some research. So much for its “Since 1917” tagline! Any corporate historian has similar stories to tell. If you’re asking “How old is my company?”,[...]
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