Economy

Economy

CURIOSITIES:

Kongo GumiEconomy - Long-lived companies - Kongo GumiNishiyama Onsen KeiunkanStaffelter HofZum Roten BärenLong-lived companies – Record holders are     real Methuselah’s
 
 
Economy - Long-lived companiesThe Olde BellEconomy - Long-lived companiesSudo HonkeSudo Honke
 
 
 
FrapinEconomy - Long-lived companies - FrapinR. Durtnell and SonsR. Durtnell and SonsEconomy - Long-lived companies - Poundsbridge-Manor
 
 

Record holders list:

Kongo Gumi – Japanese construction company is record holder. 1427 years of existence,

Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan – Traditional Japanese hotel – ryokan. 1315 years of existence,

Staffelter Hof – Oldest winery in Europe. 1158 years of existence,

Zum Roten Bären – Hotel The Red Bear. 900 years of existence,

The Olde Bell – Oldest english hotel in Hurley. 885 years of existence,

Sudo Honke – Sake brewery oldest of world. 879 years of existence,

Frapin – Cognac producer from Grande Champagne. 750 years of existence,

R. Durtnell and Sons – Oldest european construction company. 429 years of existence,


Economy - Centralia - Pennsylvania, USAEconomy - Centralia - Pennsylvania, USAEconomy - Centralia - Pennsylvania, USACentralia – Pennsylvania, USA – Under city eternal fire
 
 
 
Economy - Pennsylvania - (01-01-2005)Columbia County, Pennsylvania, USACity Skyline (06-07-2010)
 
 


Economy - Hashima - Kyushu, JapanEconomy - Hashima - Kyushu, JapanEconomy - Hashima - Kyushu, JapanEconomy - Hashima - Kyushu, JapanEconomy - Hashima - Kyushu, JapanHashima – Kyushu, Japan – Island is hell
 
 
 
Economy - Hashima - Kyushu, JapanGunkanjima - NagasakiGunkanjima - NagasakiGunkanjima - NagasakiGunkanjima - Nagasaki
 
 


Economy - Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR-Pro - Geneva International Motor Show - Le Grand-Saconnex(2018-03-07)Economy - Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR-Pro - GIMS - Le Grand-Saconnex(2019-03-04)Economy - Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR-Pro 6.5 (Front) - Geneva International Motor Show - Le Grand-Saconnex (2019-08-31)Economy - Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR-Pro 6.5 (Interior) - Gaydon (2019-08-31)Economy - Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR-Pro 6.5 (Rear) - Gaydon (2019-08-31)Aston Martin Valkyrie – Fastest street car     in the world
 
 
Valkyrie - Verification Prototype - Geneva International Motor Show - Le Grand-Saconnex (2019-03-05)Valkyrie (interior) - Verification Prototype - Geneva International Motor Show - Le Grand-Saconnex (2019-03-06)Valkyrie (rearview) - Verification Prototype - Geneva International Motor Show - Le Grand-Saconnex (2019-03-06)Valkyrie - Companys HQ in Gaydon-UK (2018-11-19)Valkyrie - Geneva International Motor Show - Le Grand-Saconnex (2019-03-04)
 
 


Manhattan from space, NYC, USA - NASAThinscraper tower in Manhattan, NYC, USAAerial view on NYC, USA - 21, 07, 2017Air cost in New York – Real Estate market project
 
 
 
Economy - 432 Park Avenue - 57th StreetEconomy - Construction of 111 West 57th Street - 25-05-2019Economy - Construction of Central Park Tower - 27-04-2019
 
 


Kiwi Chinese gooseberry - Actinidia deliciosaKiwi Chinese gooseberry - KiwifruitKiwi Chinese gooseberry – Most often cultivated Actinidia deliciosa
 
 
Kiwi Chinese gooseberry - Kiwifruit cross sectionKiwi Chinese gooseberry - Kiwifruit (2)
 
 


Economy :

Adobe Systems - HQ in San Jose, USAAdobe Systems LogoAdobe Systems - portfolioAdobe Systems - Adobe Flash Player v10 icon

Adobe Systems – Deals with graphics software

 
 


AMD - Ryzen 1800XAMD - Radeon HD-7870AMD - Sapphire Radeon HD-7750

AMD – Advanced Micro Devices

 
 


Intel Corporation - logoIntel Corporation - HQ (Santa-Clara, CA, USA)Intel Corporation - Intel Centrino 2 ASUS U6V - Taiwan

Intel Corporation – Largest integrated circuits manufacturer

 
 


Xerox - logoXerox - Apple LisaXerox - Alto

Xerox – Known for production of copiers and printers

 
 


Commodore - C64 (1)Commodore - C64 (2)Commodore - C64 (3)

Commodore – Founded in 1954 by Jack Tramiel
 

Commodore - logo 64Commodore - logo (1985-1994)

 
 
 


HP - Hewlett-Packard logoHP - HP LaserJet 4HP - HP Pavilion dv6618eoHP - HP Elitebook 8770w

HP – Founded in 1939 in United States

 


IBM - IBM PC 1981 - Museum (Frankfurt, Germany)IBM - Superfast computer(U.S. Department of Energy - Science)IBM - ThinkPad X20

IBM – International Business Machines Corporation

 
 


Atari-800 - Computer 8-bitAtari-2600 - ConsoleAtari-2600 - Console (black)

Atari – Founded in 1972 by N. Bushnell and T. Dabney

 
 


Tungsten - Developed in plastic form in 20th century

Tungsten – Developed in plastic form in 20th century

 


Minor metals - Metal element from Late Bronze AgeMinor metals - Manufacturing opportunities in the state of Washington, USA, 1918

Minor metals – Breakthrough in perception of metals

 


Technological metals - Jack Lifton

Technological metals – Term introduced in 2007

 
 


Investment risk - The risk - chart, PL

Investment risk
 


How many cloves has cap - Kasteel Donker Ingelmunster beer bottle cap

How many cloves has cap – The first, patented 1892

 
 


Expensivest advertising campaign - Gladys Kessler, a US federal court judge

Expensivest advertising campaign

 
 


Economy - Biggest oil spills - Coast of Galicia after a leak from the tanker MT PrestigeEconomy - Biggest oil spills - Fire on the Deepwater Horizon oil platformEconomy - Biggest oil spills - Cleanup coast of Alaska after a leak from the tanker MT Exxon ValdezEconomy - Biggest oil spills - Dark smoke and fire on the Deepwater Horizon oil platform

Biggest oil spills – Have long-term consequences

 


Economy - Creating cash machines - Cash machine in Sweden

Creating cash machines – Financiers forecast
 
 
 


Economy - Lanthanides extraction in China - Miners in ChinaEconomy - Lanthanides extraction in China - Lanthanides in the periodic table

Lanthanides extraction in China

 


Economy - Accident in Turow Power Station - Location of Turow Power Station

Accident in Turow Power Station

 


Economy assumptions - WTO world map

Economy assumptions

 


Economy - Sex influence on advertising - Circa 1975 Wonderbra

Sex influence on advertising

 
 
 


Economy - What leads to success - Power house mechanic cropped

What leads to success?

 
 


Economy - First underground railway - Fowlers Ghost Locomotive

First underground railway – London Underground

 


Economy - Largest solar power station - Shams 1

Largest solar power station – Shams 1

 


Economy - False oil forecasts history - Oil District, Los Angeles

False oil forecasts history – Fear of oil shortage

 


Economy - Oil industry collapse fears - Extraction of oil

Oil industry collapse fears

 


Economy - Energy sources exhaustion forecasts - Oil platform

Energy sources exhaustion forecasts

 


Economy - Shale gas resources forecasts - Shale gas

Shale gas resources forecasts

 


Economy - Solar energy - The sunlight is free and inexhaustible - Solar power station

Solar energy – The sunlight is free and inexhaustible

 


Economy :

Economy - Fiat 126p - Polish Fiat 126p, 1973

Fiat 126p – Success of cars produced in Poland

 


Economy - Earth expensivest material - CERN Aerial ViewEconomy - Earth expensivest material - Cloud of antimatter in space

Earth expensivest material – Produced in LHC

 


Economy - Higher IQ - IQ Scores by Race and Ethnicity

Higher IQ – Reduce the level of poverty

 


Economy - Vodka consumption countrymen - Zubrowka Pernod

Vodka consumption countrymen

 
 
 
 
 
 


Economy - World richest people - Oxfam, Dusseldorf

World richest people – Organization Oxfam report

 


Economy - Gluten-free products market - Gluten free enterprises logo

Gluten-free products market

 


Economy - Blocks manufacturer - Lego Forbidden City

Blocks manufacturer – Earned record profits

 


Economy - Solaris - Solaris Urbino 18 - second generation, Dresden, Germany, 2004

Solaris – Not only giants try their hand at new areas

 


Economy - Moore's Law - Moore's Law diagram (2004)

Moore’s Law – Defined in 1965 and revised in 1975

 


Economy - Cat's sand - Cat on sand

Cat’s sand – Typically produced from bentonite clay

 


Economy - Watches radioactive material - Aqua Master clock

Watches radioactive material

 
 
 


Economy - Deliberately shortening life - Bourbon Palace, headquarters of the National Assembly, Paris, France

Deliberately shortening life – Consumer Rights Law

 


Economy - Cartel planned aging products - Geneva, Switzerland, 2005

Cartel planned aging products – Collusion in 1924

 


Economy - Real flights targets - Ryanair, Boeing 737

Real flights targets – Cheap airlines hide destinations

 


Economy - Cheaper hypermarkets - Hypermarket TESCO in New Prokocim (Cracow, Poland)

Cheaper hypermarkets – Full range of marketing tricks

 


Economy - Chinese clothes - Jeans trousers

Chinese clothes – EU imports

 


Economy - Lemonade containing lemons - Lemon

Lemonade containing lemons

 


Economy - Chocolate bar

Chocolate bar – Manufacturers reduce weight

 


Economy - Informing consumers - Three German brands of washing powders

Informing consumers – Using washing powder

 


Economy - Biogas plants aren't tight - Biogas plant sketch

Biogas plants aren’t tight

 


Economy - First-class products - Seacroft Shopping Centre, Leeds

First-class products – Will ship to stores in the UK

 


Economy - Global gold resources - Gold

Global gold resources – Currently in circulation