Ask yourself what Alexander the Great, Thompson Reuters, and the Rosetta Stone have in common with one another. Yep, you guessed it: all three are October posts on Brands In History. Scary, huh. No, but worth dusting off and bringing to the forefront.
Alexander moved into history as fast as he did across the plains of the near east. He was a quick moving storm hitting everything in his path with fury. No one really saw him coming in the way that he did. And like many bright lights that burn out quickly, they leave an indelible mark. Click here to see if that mark was earned.
Reuters is a great story because the whole speedy news agency concept took flight on a wing and a prayer—literally. And while many thought Reuters would lay an egg, he wound up soaring. Read more here.
MLB playoffs are here, and if you're asking what in Ty Cobb's name that has to do with the Rosetta Stone, a crucial tool in deciphering ancient languages and our understanding of their civilizations, well, click here! But trust me when I tell you, it'll hit you like a Louiville Slugger on a Nolan Ryan fastball.