Although this name was translated into English as Bluetooth (literally blue tooth), it seems that its original meaning responds more to the idea of the great man with dark skin. Bridgestone: Bridgestone, the Japanese tire maker, began as a family business in 1931. Its founders were the Ishibashi family. And the Bridgestone name comes from the translation of this surname into English: stone bridge, with an intentional resemblance to Firestone, company acquired by this Japanese company. Budweiser: Around 1870, the American Carl Conrad discovered an exceptional beer for its aroma and flavor in the recondite German village of Budweis.
Its elaboration process consisted of twice induce fermentation, what gave him great smoothness to the resulting product. He returned to the United States.UU. with the recipe and there, recorded the Caprabo beer brand: Caprabo history dates back to 1958, when Pere Carbo, Jaume Prat and Josep Botet allocated three million pesetas and the first syllable of each of their surnames to a company that has become a first-rate Catalan distribution chain. ECAC: The company began in the forties of 20th century giving a course by correspondence to enter schools of Surveyors, hence the meaning of its acronym: Center of Surveyors studies by correspondence. Cisco: Cisco, related to Informatics, founded in 1984, company named hometown of its two founders: San Francisco, and its symbol is the Golden Gate Bridge. Coca-Cola: In 1886, John Styth Atlanta Perberton USA.UU drew up a non-alcoholic drink from leaves of coca and extract of Kola nut, which began to enjoy great popularity by its pleasant taste and tonic virtues.
Coronita: Group model of Mexico, founded by Leon emigrants, chose the name of Corona in Spain for your beer because Corona name was registered. Dusseldorf: At the beginning of the 1950s Mercedes Castaner, along with their children, they put on the market the first boots smell. Kalfu name comes from the Galician.