So here are some crazy facts about the world of the corporate one had less or no knowledge about…
1. “Yahoo” is an acronym for “Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle.”
2. Ben & Jerry’s is owned by Unilever.
3. Starbucks’ round tables were createdspecifically so customers would feel less alone.
4. Apple’s iPad retina display is actually manufactured by Samsung.
5. One in 10 Europeans are conceived in an Ikea bed.
6. The red and white Coca-Cola logo isrecognized by 94% of the world’s population.
7. Adding /4 to the end of Facebook’s URL will take you to Mark Zuckerberg’s profile.
8. Google was originally called BackRub.
9. Pepsi got its name from the digestive enzyme pepsin.
10. Amazon.com employees spend two days every two years working at the customer service desk — even the CEO — in order to help all workers understand the customer service process.
11. The most productive day of the workweek is said to be Tuesday.
12. Warner Music owns the copyrightsto “Happy Birthday,” so it’s technically owed royalties every time you sing it to someone on their big day.
13. Sixty-four percent of consumers make a purchase decision based on social media content.
14. McDonald’s first menu items werehot dogs, not hamburgers.
15. More people in the world have mobile phones than toilets.
16. Starbucks spends more on health care insurance for its employees than on coffee beans.
17. If you have $10 in your pocket and no debts, you are wealthier than 25% of Americans.
18. Facebook is primarily blue because Mark Zuckerberg suffers from red-green color blindness.
19. Robert Chesebrough, the inventor of Vaseline, ate a spoonful of the stuff every morning.
20. Each week nearly one-third of the U.S. population visits a Walmart.
21. Victoria’s Secret is the most followed retailer on Instagram.
22. The Rubik’s cube is the best-selling product of all time. The iPhone is second.
23. One in eight American workers have been employed by McDonald’s.
24. The Volkswagen group owns Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Audi, Ducati, and Porsche.
25. The world’s 100 richest people earned enough money in 2012 to end global poverty four times over.