Coca-Cola was named for the cocoa leaves and the kola nuts originally used for its flavoring. Here's a look at how 49 more big companies got their names.
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Amy Winehouse and other posthumous sales booms: by the numbers.
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Universal Pictures held a panel at last weekend's Comic-Con for the 2012 release of Snow White and the Huntsman. Twilight's Kristen Stewart plays the fairest of them all.
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Longshot Magazine churns out their print publication in a 48-hour production span. Writers, photographers, designers and the like have one day left to submit their work. Cover story gets $2,000.
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Researchers have created an artificial lung that uses air as a ventilating gas rather than oxygen. "The device could be driven by the heart and would not require a mechanical pump," said one Case Western Reserve University researcher.
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The Wu-Tang Clan is looking for an intern. Our guess is the position is only offering a lifetime experience in return and not a single dollar-dollar bill, y'all.
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In 12th-century Russia, someone named Zhiznomir wrote a distressing message to someone named Mikula on a piece of birch bark. The document was excavated by archaeologists in the summer of 1951, and it can now be seen online here.
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Watch the trailer for HBO Sports' documentary Derek Jeter 3K.
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Why are there 5,280 feet in a mile? Making sense of measurements.