In 2009 it generated 51 % of its US8 billion sales in the USA from grocery business.
is the internet division of Target Corp, known as Target.
At its worst, it amounts to an invasion of the celebritys privacy; after all, even famous people are human beings entitled to pursue romantic relationships as they please. Very often, such characters will be a musicians girlfriend whose antics or presence cause the band to break up; shes often a direct send-up of Trope Namer Yoko Ono.
A common twist is for her to be perfectly nice and sweet, but for the rest of the band to be so paranoid about this happening (or at least jealous of the attention shes getting from their bandmate) that the band breaks up anyway.
Jeff Bezos founded Amazon.com, Inc in 1994 and launched it online in 1995.
The company was originally named Cadabra, Inc, but was renamed when it was discovered that people sometimes heard “cadaver” instead.
Spears's 9-year-old daughter Maddie couldn't look more proud.
The company was founded in February 1997 as MDM, Inc and started operating in May of the same year.
In June 1999 MDM, Inc changed its name to Rakuten, Inc.
The name was chosen because the Amazon River is the largest river in the world, thus the name suggests great size; and also in part because it starts with “A” and would, therefore, appear near the top of alphabetical listings.
started as an online bookstore but soon diversified; selling DVDs, CDs, MP3 downloads, computer software, video games, electronic equipment, apparel, toys, and even furniture and food.