6. The Nike sign is not a tick mark
Nike was originally called the Blue Ribbon Sports and then it was renamed as Nike after the winged Greek Goddess. So the tick sign you see on every Nike product symbolizes the wings of that Greek Goddess and her speed too.
7. Apple logo is not a tribute to Alan Turing
Many people do not know the truth behind the Apple logo but it is nothing so dramatic, the logo was just made because Steve Jobs loved apples and it was his favorite fruit. His first computer was also named as McIntosh Apple due to his fondness.
8. UPS was founded by two kids
The United Parcel Service was founded in the year 1907 by James Casey, who was a 19-year-old boy at that time. He borrowed $100 from a friend and started this company and now it is the largest package company in the world. While James was a teenager he had already become CEO, Chairman and a President of a company, surely a big deal.
9. Virgin airlines named virgin as founders were virgins
The story of Virgin airlines is quite popular and the name popped up behind one’s mind and they all thought that they should name their business as virgins because the founders who were running the business were also virgins.
10. Fanta created in Nazi Germany
During World War-II Nazi Germany was subject to various trade embargoes and they had lack of raw materials for Coca-Cola, so they thought of making a drink from the leftovers of leftovers and named it Fantasie after a German word for imagination. So this was the list of world’s biggest brands and the unknown stories of these biggest brands.