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1. It took about 95 minutes to construct a Model T Ford in 1914.
2. Railroad tycoon Cornelius Vanderbilt would be worth around $150 Billion in today's dollars, adjusted for inflation.
3. Al Capone's business card said he was a used furniture dealer.
4. Citibank adopted its cable address as its official name. It was originally known as the "City Bank of New York."
5. Heinz ketchup leaves the bottle at approximately 25 miles per hour.
6. The common phrase "Often a bridesmaid but never a bride" originates from a Listerine advertisement written by Milton Feasley in the 1920's.
7. A Tupperware party starts somewhere in the world every 23 seconds.
8. Oil magnate John D. Rockefeller would be worth upwards of $300 Billion in today's dollars, adjusted for inflation.
9. Wanamaker's of Philadelphia, was the first U.S. department store to install electric lighting, in 1878.
10. The only original Dow Jones Industrial listed company still in existence is General Electric.