In 1948, the brothers went their separate ways. The Dassler Shoe Factory got broken up and each brother went to set up their own shop. Their shops were opposite each other on the opposite side of the Aurach river.
Adolf named his new company “Adi-das” which was a combination of his first and last name. Rudolph attempted a similar strategy with his name “Ruda” but after long thought he settled on ‘Puma.’
Ivy League Schools Fall Semester Plan During COVID-19
Universities have released their plans for the upcoming academic year.
EP: 39 How A University Dropout Built A 7-figure influencer Agency
Listen to part 1 of our podcast with Adam Rivietz on influencer marketing & app development.
Uber Buys Postmates
Get an insight look on how delivery apps stack against each other in the month of May.
The NBA Bubble Life
The NBA’s bubble will focus on creating a COVID-free zone within Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports campus.
Kanye West Running For President
Kanye West announced on Saturday that he is challenging Donald Trump for the U.S. presidency in 2020.
Privacy Concerns Over Tik Tok
TikTok parent ByteDance is considering an extreme makeover of the app’s corporate structure to give it some breathing...
Walmart Challenging Amazon Prime with Their Own Subscription Service.
Walmart will roll out its new subscription service later this month.
Lululemon Buys Mirror for $500 Million
Lululemon has announced that it has acquired Mirror, an in-home fitness company, for a purchase price of $500 million
Episode 34: Being Black in America
George Floyd’s death this past week has brought a whirlwind of emotions to the lives of black people all over America.
Redskins Facing Pressure To Change Team Name
Redskins owner, Dan Snyder, has been under more pressure in recent weeks to change the name of his team.
Pierre Laguerre Becomes First Black Man to Raise $1.07 Max in All Reg CF Platofrms.
Elon Musk Calls Bezos A Copycat
Amazon announced on Friday that it will acquire Zoox, a self-driving startup founded in 2014.