Idea Board

IDEA QUICK SEARCH – See if your idea has already been submitted:
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages
Welcome! Vote up the ideas below that you would like to see a video about, or submit your own for consideration.
Showing ideas that are
  • 4624
    MySpace
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Do the rise and fall!
  • 3737
    Family Dollar vs Dollar General vs Dollar Tree
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    So much to talk about between these two discount stores!
  • 3132
    Walmart
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big and how are they staying relevant and not closing down like the other retail stores in the age of Amazon?
  • 3024
    Nintendo
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big; there used to be much more to them than just videogames.
  • 2270
    Intel vs AMD
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Lots of history between these two companies as they battle it out, especially for chips that go in mobile phones.
  • 2269
    Target
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise and fall and rise again? Also the epic failure in Canada.
  • 2081
    Marvel
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Rise and Fall and Rise again! Plus a lot to talk about with the Disney acquisition.
  • 1945
    PepsiCo
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know!
  • 1840
    Tesla
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It would be interesting to hear its story. how Elon saved it from bankruptcy
  • 1773
    Subway
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    What happened to subway? They have closed so many stores and they are losing saves every year
  • 1702
    Chick-Fil-A
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Chick Fil-a The story from beginning to now.
  • 1606
    Decline of Drive In Theaters (or drive up)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It got the highest number of likes on the AMC video and it's an interesting change in how society has changed over the years. Some young people never knew they existed. People my age had them as a kid... Read more...
  • 1246
    How did COMPANY MAN get so big?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Good video for when u hit 1 million subs?
  • 1187
    Domino's Pizza
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Highest gaining stock since 2009! Why are they so big and popular?
  • 1172
    Avon
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Multi-level Marketing companies are huge and work very differently from most companies. Avon was one of the first and one of the biggest.
  • 1125
    Huawei
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why are they struggling to expand?
  • 1020
    Borders Books
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Once a dominant bookstore chain that was seemingly everywhere (even more than Barnes and Noble) and was innovative in its approach to making it easy for...
  • 1008
    Pokemon
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know video
  • 951
    Dairy Queen
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How do they stay successful when most of their locations are closed half of the year? Why did Warren Buffet see fit to purchase this company?
  • 743
    ABS-CBN
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are the HUGE Company in the Philippines, they are responsible for the economic growth of the country (all though their parent company didn’t pay their debts yet to the government), as well as ent... Read more...
  • 668
    A&W Canada
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I am a sustainability student at a Canadian university and we are interested in what the Canadian A&W is doing to innovate the fast food market here! They now offer a completely plant based versio... Read more...
  • 617
    The oldest companies in the world
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    To have a company last for a couple years is one thing but thousands of years gives a lot of history that said companies would have experienced
  • 565
    Foodland vs. Pigglywiggly
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think it be a fun video about 2 Midwest and Southern grocery stores. To have people living in other parts of the USA to learn about them and see which is better.
  • 563
    General Motors
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    At one point the biggest automobile company in the world went bankrupt in 2008 and now is rising again.
  • 458
    Circuit City
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Once the head to head rival with Best Buy, suddenly gone seemingly overnight. What happened and why?
  • 440
    Youtube
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I want to know the histroy of YouTube and how it has helped out google
  • 421
    Streaming Services (Netflix, Hulu, Prime, Disney+)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    With new services like Disney+ and AppleTV+ coming you should look into the roots of Streaming and the future ahead.
  • 379
    SEGA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Just talk about Sega since everyone's talking about the new sonic trailer. Talk about the history and the war between SEGA and Nintendo. Maybe a rise, fall, and rise again video, why not?
  • 340
    Boeing
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Interesting story about the 747 and the ETOPS.
  • 340
    Tony Roma's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I remember when Tony Roma's was one of the hottest steakhouses. Now, I rarely see them. If I do, most of the time they're in mall food courts which I think is a little odd for a steakhouse. How did su... Read more...
  • 339
    Atari
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The Atari brand name has had quite the complicated history since the split of the original Atari Inc. in 1984, creating Atari Corporation and Atari Games. Detangling the history of which Atari did wha... Read more...
  • 328
    Chrysler Corporation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    One of the "Big Three" automobile manufacturers in the United States
  • 326
    PlayStation vs Xbox
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    When did the rivalry start, will it ever end, which is more successful? Could be an interesting video.
  • 313
    Valve
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 311
    Yum! Brands
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Yum! Brands is the supply’s fast food chains like TacoBell, KFC, and Pizza Hut. This would be a great continuation from your KFC video, and I know that Yum! Brands would be an interesting candidate fo... Read more...
  • 287
    Girl scout cookies
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How does a company get child workers to sell a product for free and have their parents run this temporary business with no local business permits?
  • 281
    WinCo
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They're the only grocery store I know of to have an extensive bulk section where you buy only what you need by weight, so if you want to buy only a single gummy worm, you can.
  • 278
    Apple
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think it would be interesting to go over the company after Jobs' death and to talk about where the company is heading
  • 277
    McDonalds
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Because they are bigger than you know
  • 275
    Chevron/Standard Oil
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Explain how chevron got so big and how it got its name. From Pacific Coast Oil Co. to Standard Oil and then eventually Chevron Global.
  • 256
    Samsung
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise of the top smartphone manufacturer
  • 252
    Kroger
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I would love to see your take on this industry Giant in the grocery world.
  • 247
    Monopolies
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Potentially discuss famous monopolies, whether old or new!
  • 244
    Comcast
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think they own a LOT of stuff and it could be part of the “how BIG is...” series.
  • 235
    Wawa
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Wawa is a chain of conveinance stores in the Mid Atlantic and South of the East Coast. They have a cult like following to the people who live where they exist and not many people know of them.
  • 231
    Barnes and Noble
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    In an era of e-books and Amazon, what is their fate as a company, and what is the main reason behind their decline in the first place?
  • 225
    Decline and scandals of Facebook
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Facebook has a lot attached to it, and its slow decline being sped up after the privacy concerns and even the government investigation.
  • 223
    Hasbro vs. Mattel
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Similar to his Lowe's vs. Home Depot video, he would compare both toy companies to see what company is more successful and the different ways the companies' do business. I would like to see what toy b... Read more...
  • 201
    The Great Recession of 2008
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It’s something we were all affected by at one point during it.
  • 194
    Scholastic
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The growth of Scholastic is something I'd love to hear!
  • 192
    Hard Rock Cafe
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Did you know the Seminole Tribe of Florida owns them? Mind = blown
  • 182
    Southwest Airlines
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    From their innovative conception, this company created a marketplace that defines the airline industry to this day. They're famously whacky and are a true underdog story.
  • 179
    Souplantation / Sweet Tomatoes
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    As a loyal fan of their restaurants, I was sad to see them announce that they'd be closing all of their restaurants. This hits close to home because they're headquartered in my city. I'd like to see t... Read more...
  • 173
    The Controversy of Kinder
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Kinder is a huge chocolate brand in Europe but virtually unheard of in America. It's started gaining some ground with Kinder Joy but their hallmark product is the Kinder Surprise Egg, totally differen... Read more...
  • 170
    Rakuten
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I've been seeing their name just about everywhere lately
  • 169
    Yahoo!
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Then the internet first started, they were a monster. Now they are a non factor
  • 165
    Publix
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did Publix get so big?
  • 161
    Warner Brothers
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It has been around for what feels like a long time with some eventful situations to bring up in addition there is competition leading to the decline of it in my opinion.
  • 149
    In-N-Out Burger vs. Five Guys Burgers and Fries
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Two of the most popular burger restaurants! And this can explain the difference between the two chains.
  • 149
    bigger then you know: Netflix
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Netflix is a big platform for movies and tv shows. Netflix is the biggest streaming platform in the united states.
  • 148
    Darden Restaurants
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I see Red Lobster here but maybe one about their parent company that owns many restaurants including olive garden.
  • 148
    Victoria’s Secret
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
  • 147
    Trader Joe's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I really think this would make for a great video!
  • 139
    Medieval Times
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    There is no other restaurant that provides entertainment with live animals and swords
  • 138
    six flags vs cedar fair
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    two of the largest chain amusement parks in the usa this would make a good vs video
  • 133
    Whataburger
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think it would be interesting to see how it went from one food stand to a large restaurant business.
  • 131
    Coke vs Pepsi
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Maybe do a back to back coke then pepsi set of videos one week after another. Then maybe a third video sometime later or the following week comparing the two. Maybe make it coke vs pepsi month. I wou... Read more...
  • 130
    Staples
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The quintessential office supply store struggling to find itself in the Amazon era.
  • 128
    Ford
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Because Ford had become one of the major truck and SUV companies and they have a very interesting storys behind it all.
  • 126
    Coogi
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Very much a rise and fall and rise again in the making, largely thanks to the likes of Connor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather, ASAP Yams, and other celebrities. Coogi is a high end clothing company from... Read more...
  • 123
    HotWheels
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A little toy that sparked a huge interest in boys and girls from around the world.
  • 121
    5 Below
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How can you not talk about a growing retail company who sells things from candy and snacks to toys and technology for all $5 and less? Especially with how the economy is nowadays
  • 118
    eMachines
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The low-end brand of personal computers that was big back in the day. They were bought out by Gateway. Interested to hear the story of what happened to them!
  • 116
    The Jim Henson Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I would like to know more about the company side of Jim Henson.
  • 108
    Caterpillar
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Caterpillar is a leading heavy equipment and power generator manufacturer. They have a dealer network that gives them a competitive advantage. Financial markets also use Cat as a benchmark to econo... Read more...
  • 107
    Standard oil
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Rise and fall. I think it got broken up into a bunch of current oil companies, so hearing the story would be great.
  • 101
    BIMBO
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The world's largest baking company with reported revenues of US$14.1 billion for 2014 and located in 32 countries in America, Europe and Asia. It operates several noteworthy bread brands such as Wonde... Read more...
  • 95
    The stock market
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How and why did the stock market start? And how has it evolved from when it started?
  • 95
    Rise&Fall of Gamefly
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Gameflg used to be so popular a site I and many used to use to rent games and it was advised heavily on t.v Why has it fallen?
  • 93
    Dr Pepper Snapple Group
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    do a bigger than you know pls cadbury schweepes bought the dr pepper/7up bottling group and then all was bought by modelez international. they hold the rights on so many beverages, since dr pepper o... Read more...
  • 93
    Gi joe
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Rise then fall then rise and fall again a real American franchise has virtually disappeared from stores and media
  • 92
    Time Warner
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The formation of Time Inc. & Warner Communications, Turner, AOL, WMG, and AT&T.
  • 90
    Jelly Belly
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I love the history and plus the make the best Jelly Beans
  • 90
    Sirius XM
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They completely dominate the satellite radio industry/are the only company that does this in the United States, how did they get so big/popular, and they also have Pandora which puts them in the inter... Read more...
  • 89
    Sonic Drive-In
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they become so successful? Are they doing well now when we start to look passed their funny commercial campaigns and wide menu choices showing their many slushie flavors? I'd also like to see ... Read more...
  • 86
    Montgomery Wards
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Very similar to Sears but failed much earlier
  • 85
    Kraft Foods Inc.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This company used to be big in the food and beverage industry, but then it started to decline. Most will probably blame this on its acquisition of Cadbury. In late 2012, the company split into two se... Read more...
  • 83
    Frank’s Red Hot Sauce
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's much older than you'd think, started by two men in 1920
  • 83
    Bosch - Bigger than you know.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bosch is huge, I've learned a bit about them recently after buying a table saw from them, a fuel pump for my Jeep, and looked over their kitchen appliances. I had no idea how big they were!
  • 83
    Porsche
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How the Porsche brand and company grew and evolved to become the epitome of luxury sports in the world.
  • 82
    The major music record labels
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Interesting how Warner Music, Universal Music and Sony Music became the three major labels that basically rule the music industry. What caused them to be become the three ruling labels?
  • 81
    Five Guys Burgers and Fries
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Five Guys started as a single location in the corner of a shopping center in Virginia in 1986 but is now found all over the world just based on word of mouth (Five Guys doesn't advertise). How did the... Read more...
  • 80
    tesco
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Do a video on tesco a super market in The UK that Is big
  • 80
    Bank of America
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think it started as a local bank in San Francisco and got huge by lending after a fire. The story of becoming a huge bank must be interesting.
  • 77
    General Mills - Bigger than you Know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Explain the brands of General Mills and how they have so many of them!
  • 74
    Intel
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why does there seem to be so little competition against it? Whenever there will be competition, how will Intel stand against it?
  • 74
    The WB & UPN
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It would be an interesting dive into the history of the TV networks that eventually led to the creation of The CW.
  • 74
    Steak 'n Shake
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They have a very interesting history and right now they are going through some financial issues. I think it would be a prime topic for you to cover.
  • 73
    HerbaLife
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's a company which I believe is running a pyramid scheme. People must know about it so that they can protect themselves from falling into these kind of traps.
  • 71
    Tmobile
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The fall and the rise of TMobile because of the uncarrier initiative that TMobile CEO John legere and how the uncarrier initiative has shaken up the wireless industry
  • 69
    Playstation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I’ve been a fan of PlayStation since the PS one and I have been through all of the up and downs with them and it would be cool to see their history
  • 68
    Hitachi - Bigger than you know.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Hitachi is rather large. I've worked with their power tools and storage arrays in the IT world and they got more! Further more I wonder if people know who they are as I don't think anyway, that they a... Read more...
  • 68
    AT&T: Bigger Than You Know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Like Comcast they are also hybrid Telecom and Media as of 2018 with the addition to Time Warner acquisition, Direct Tv and a Few Others
  • 65
    Hudson's Bay Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This company started as a fur trading empire with control over most of Canada but now is a chain of retail stores. Also, it owns Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor.
  • 65
    Farmer Jack
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Farmer Jack was a Detroit-based grocery store chain with stores in Michigan and Ohio. The chain was started in the 20s and closed all of its stores in 2007. It would be interesting to see a video on i... Read more...
  • 64
    Microsoft
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They recently became the most valuable company again. Satya Nadella has done a great job lifting Microsoft back up from the Ballmer days!
  • 63
    Barnes and noble
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They’ve been on the rise for a long time
  • 63
    Fox-Disney Merger
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Explaining what the effects and reality of the two media giants merger is and means going forward.
  • 62
    Flex tape
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Because memes
  • 62
    Papa John's Pizza
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 61
    WOW air
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How they just suddenly shut down and the rise and fall
  • 61
    BBC
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    What is the history behind the British Broadcasting Corporation?
  • 61
    Panda Express
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Panda Express is one of my favorite places to eat so I was wondering if you could do a History video on Panda Express.
  • 61
    Energizer vs Duracell
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The two most used household batteries. What’s the history?
  • 60
    AirBnB
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It’s a super interesting company and lots of controversy surrounding it, and the ongoing war between them and the hotel industry.
  • 60
    Nike
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I want to see how this brand started and how it got too where it is today
  • 60
    Kidz Bop, Why Did They Get SO BIG?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Since You make vids about companies being big, why not Kidz Bop? Do IT!!
  • 59
    Electronic Arts (EA)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    To discover the rise of EA and how they are still in business even with their shady marketing tactics and loot box system.
  • 59
    KFC
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why they are rising in Japan and falling in the US
  • 59
    Hershey's Ice Cream vs. Hershey's Chocolate - Two Different Companies
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    So, I just found out that Hershey's Ice Cream company and the Hershey's Chocolate company are not affiliated with each other. Could you do an explanation of these two companies?
  • 58
    Panera
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I'm very curious as to how Panera is handling with their savings,and what the story is behind this amazing restaurant.
  • 57
    PetSmart
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I’ve worked for the company for 6 years, and it has been on the decline since it’s purchase by a private holdings group in 2014. Starting as a small warehouse style store in the late 80s, it is now th... Read more...
  • 56
    Sports Authority
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I use to work there and they went out of business. id like to learn more about it but not do the research haha
  • 55
    Converse
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They're everywhere, seem to have a very specific target populations, popularity seems to come and go
  • 55
    Little Debbie
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think they're and inserting company that seems to rival hostess and they make many of the same products.
  • 55
    Dollar tree-how did it get so big?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    There’s a lot of dollar tree or dollar store type places and it would be very interesting who cane up with it and how they get their products!
  • 55
    Shell
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The history of shell one of the biggest gas station companies in the world so it would be cool to see how is doing over the years
  • 53
    Applebees
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    3 of the Applebees in my area closed down for no reason all at the same time. Just wanted to know what's happening to them, if a lot of stores are closing or news business model or whatever.
  • 52
    Mitsubishi
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know. That would be awesome
  • 52
    Rockstar Games
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 52
    Amtrak
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's something different; Amtrak is owned by the government. They have been losing funding and I think it is very interesting how they came to be and the reasons that they are falling.
  • 52
    Taco Bell
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Expanding like crazy lately, how did they get so big?
  • 51
    J.P. Morgan Chase
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It’s the biggest bank, Morgan Stanley spun off from them & iconic founder I don’t know a lot about
  • 51
    KB toys
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    History of KB Toys, once was a major competitor for Toy R Us. Rumored to be making a comeback.
  • 51
    Spirit Halloween
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I've always wondered how pop-up Halloween stores like Spirit operate with such a unique business model.
  • 51
    USPS United States Postal Service
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did it start and how much longer will it be around?
  • 50
    MAD Magazine
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Talk about the history of MAD Magazine, and stuff MAD made like MADtv. Just curious for this company and I want to know more from them.
  • 50
    Marriott
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's grown from an A&W root beer stand in the 1920s into today's hospitality giant. It might be good for a Bigger Than You Know video.
  • 50
    The Decline of Pontiac
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It was a particularly good company who made lots of rebadged GM cars, such as the G8, the G3, the Torrent, the Vibe, the Solstice and the Grand Prix. It'd be interesting to see how they went from big ... Read more...
  • 50
    JUMIA , said to be the Amazon of Africa
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    Jumia is usually referred to as the Amazon of Africa. In April 2019 it was the listed on the NYSE and claimed to be the 1st African company to do so, well what could possibly go wrong??? However 6 mo... Read more...
  • 49
    Sea world
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It is something that everyone no’s about but does not understand
  • 49
    Wendy's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why Wendy's failed in europe?
  • 49
    Chipotle
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The Huge Rise and weird fall with all the raw meats and lettuce that caused a huge amount of commotion then lead to a dip in sales and then their (Rise) back up to the top. Tyler- I love Chipotle p... Read more...
  • 48
    Ruby Tuesday
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    There used to be like three Ruby Tuesday locations near me. Within the past month, they all closed. Once all the restaurants closed, I started seeing their ads on TV frequently. Are they dying?
  • 48
    Boeing VS Airbus
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    In light of the recent Boeing 737 Max 8 controversy could you talk about Boeing's rivalry with Airbus.
  • 48
    Waffle House
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 48
    Target vs Walmart
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Target is always considered upper middle class in the publics eye while Walmart is considered lower class. But Walmart is the more profitable company and have the highest revenue of any company in the... Read more...
  • 48
    Green Bay Packers
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It’s North America’s only community owned professional sports franchise.
  • 47
    Family Video
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I would love to know how this company is able to still be around. A few of the local stores are now selling CBD products and I would like to know if this is a new venture that all of the Family Video ... Read more...
  • 47
    Dutch East India Trading Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    First publicly-traded company, early megacorporation, operated its own fleet of war ships, etc.
  • 47
    Formula 1
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You could talk about its long history, and it trying to get its self more involved in the American market
  • 47
    McGraw Hill Education/S&P Global Inc.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    McGraw Hill Education is recognizable for many Americans, and possibly others, as their textbooks and online education programs are widely used in both lower and higher education. However, it is not c... Read more...
  • 45
    Liberty Media
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The owners of Formula 1! Ok, you touched them slightly in your iHeartRadio video as potential buyers for the whole company, then again somewhere talking about a drone league. Would be interestin... Read more...
  • 45
    MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This is sort-of a hot topic now, since they have a very rich history in the age of cinema. They've almost lost everything in 2010, but rebounded as a mini-major, with a resurrection in later years.
  • 45
    YouTube vs Vimeo
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    Why YouTube stayed the reigning champion and why Vimeo is still not as popular
  • 44
    Jack in the Box
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A company with a very interesting history that seems to be in a slight decline now
  • 44
    Gateway Computers
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think they will have a very interesting rise and fall for you to lay out. There is a dynamic or argument of who the founders were. Two brothers or one of the brothers and a friend with the second br... Read more...
  • 43
    Juul
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I've tried the last couple of years to get one of the other channels to do a video on a vape related subject. Unfortunately I haven't had much luck, but I have a good feeling this time. There's a ton ... Read more...
  • 42
    Friendly’s-The Decline
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Friendly’s is a restaurant that was part of my childhood. It has closed down recently in my town and in other areas. Their ice cream is legendary. Do their history and why they fell apart. Friendly’s ... Read more...
  • 42
    WWE
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    WWE has been around a long time, but has been public for less than 20 years. 5 years ago they were trading at $11. In the last year they have been trading at least $50-$100.
  • 42
    T-Mobile (USA)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They were nearly acquired twice in the past decade and now are on the verge of becoming the largest wireless network in the country. Under John Legere, they have grown at a rate faster than Apple a... Read more...
  • 42
    Public Broadcasting Service
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    PBS in the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and how their programming has changed, specifically the push to increase comprehension of math, science, and geography.
  • 41
    Honda
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How big are they? Engines for cars, trucks, bikes, scooters, lawnmowers, weedeaters, boats, generators, etc.
  • 41
    Hobby Lobby
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This is a company that has been rapidly expanding despite the retail apocalypse
  • 40
    Jimmy John's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I was first introduced in downtown Iowa City in 2000. It had the exact same menu as another downtown sandwich shop called Big Mike's. It was the same sandwich shop, competing against each other... but... Read more...
  • 40
    Hollywood Video
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    During it's existence it was the biggest competitor to Blockbuster. The Blockbuster video was made last year and has over 1,000,000 views as of now. This video would pair well with that video.
  • 40
    AMD
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The Rise and Fall...and Rise again
  • 40
    Harbor Freight Tools
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are changing they way people buy tools and have great target marketing
  • 39
    Bic
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why/How did this company get into 2 completely separate industries (lighters, pens). Similar concept to the Yamaha video.
  • 39
    Mcdonalds vs Burger king
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You've (supprisingly) never made a video on them and they both have intersting rivalries
  • 39
    Wegmans supermarket
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Wegmans supermarkets started out with a single shop over a hundred years ago in Rochester New York, and has grown to over 150 stores if I remember the number right in multiple states on the East coast... Read more...
  • 39
    Dave & Buster's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The history and rise of popularity of a well-known arcade/restaurant chain.
  • 38
    Mercedes-benz
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It has a really long and interesting history, and I want to learn more about the way the company is structured.
  • 38
    viacom bigger then you know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    no one knows they exist but they are a huge mass media company it may remerge with cbs by the time the video comes out so maybe cbs bigger then you know
  • 38
    Mattel
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    they own Hot Wheels And Barbie......
  • 38
    USA military
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How can they afford spending hundreds of millions of USD on weapons and what's their return?
  • 38
    Saturn Cars
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Saturn started out with a lot of promise and brought something new to the auto industry but mismanagement from Chevy ended the ambitious project.
  • 37
    ACME
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Name appears in Looney Toons
  • 37
    The Decline of Pizza Hut
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    This topic is worthy because they were big back in the day but they have closed locations and what happened to this once popular chain?
  • 37
    Menards - how did they get so big?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Menards is the biggest rival to The Home Depot and Lowes, it's a rapidly expanding chain that competes very well in the midwest. Anyone in the midwest recognizes it.
  • 37
    In n out burger
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The topic is in n out burger why haven't they expanded
  • 37
    Goodwill & The Salvation Army
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I've always wanted to know more about the both of them. Are they truly charities? Why and where do they have stores in certain areas (we used to have one of each in our town, now they are both gone)? ... Read more...
  • 36
    McDonnell Douglas. or the Fall of McDonnell Douglas
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Talk about how some shady practices and disregards to safety such as the DC10 cargodoor issue, MD11 failings ETC
  • 36
    Target Canada
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Explain why Target came to Canada and why it ended up failing. Or just do a video on Target if you want.
  • 36
    StateFarm
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It’s been in your intro forever! StateFarm is a HUGE company and I know it’s a lot to cover, but from working here, I know the story is one people will think is worth hearing. Heck, 22% of all vehicle... Read more...
  • 35
    Berkshire Hathaway
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are a large company that owns many popular brands, and are controlled by Warren Buffet, one of the most successful buissnessmen in history
  • 35
    Hasbro
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are a massive company with hundreds of brands and are very philanthropic.
  • 35
    MUJI
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    MUJI is a Japanese retail brand that specialises in lifestyle goods with a touch of minimalistic design and focuses on sustainability. It is commonly referred to as the Japanese Ikea. Having opened... Read more...
  • 34
    Subaru
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Subaru started out as a humble carmaker in Japan and it has grown to the giant it is today, also in other industries along the way. It could be a "How did __ get so big?" Video or maybe a rise and fal... Read more...
  • 34
    La Croix
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Over the past couple years this company has grow a lot. Just a few years ago was a niche thing and is now a staple in the market.
  • 34
    Hummer
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I am wondering how they fell so much. I didn’t even know they were gone until I wanted to see what country it came from.
  • 34
    Volkswagen Group AG
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The group, not the carmaker. At first glance, the name doesn't ring a bell aside from, well, the carmaker itself. But they actually own various companies. Audi, Porsche, Lamborghini, Ducati, Bentley, ... Read more...
  • 33
    Enterprise car rental
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Hi there can you please do a video about enterprise car rental, how big they are .. thanks
  • 33
    Union Pacific Railroad
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They have a long, fascinating history, and are still one of the largest transport companies in the world
  • 33
    Howard Johnson
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This was my dad's favorite restaurant chain growing up, but by the time I was a kid in the 90s, it was on its death bed. I never really got why he loved it so much. In doing a little research, I have ... Read more...
  • 33
    LG
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    More than just TVs
  • 33
    Dennys
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did America's diner get so big
  • 33
    The video game crash of 1983.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It would be interesting to take a look at what caused the video game industry to crash in the 80's, and it's rebirth a few years later.
  • 33
    Vita Coco
    10 months agoOpen For Voting
    Interesting brand
  • 33
    Boy Scouts (Rise and Fall)
    5 months agoOpen For Voting
    Would love to hear about the BSAs financial structure, history, rise and fall, and what the bankruptcy means for their future
  • 32
    Macy’s
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why are they struggling?
  • 32
    Toyota
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They make cars and forklifts. They also own Daihatsu And Hino Trucks. They have small shares in Yamaha Motor, Subaru, Isuzu, and Mazda
  • 32
    Blackberry
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I remember blackberry was everywhere and we're revolutionary, my first "smartphone" was a blackberry and I loved it. I know they nearly went out of business but are making a small comback. I think it ... Read more...
  • 32
    WD-40
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It can be found in almost every household across the America, and many other parts of the world. Is it getting bigger or declining, and what is it exactly..?
  • 32
    Tupperware - Why They're Successful
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think it would be great to see how such a line of containers can be made into a large and great company.
  • 32
    Sega vs Nintendo
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Two rivals from the old days of videogames sega had an a good run but nitendo came out on top . (Tecnecly)
  • 32
    EA Games
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    I'm sure this is something thats gonna see a surge in requests after the comcast video but I genuinely feel a "Why they're hated" video on EA would be beneficial. Both to people who don't actually kno... Read more...
  • 32
    Microsoft Mixer: What Happened?
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    Microsoft just announced that they are shutting down their live streaming service, Mixer. It showed potential to be a competitor to Twitch early, but even after all their business moves, they struggle... Read more...
  • 31
    Xbox
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Perfect for a rise and fall and rise again video.
  • 31
    VW (Volkswagen)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Worlds largest car manufacturer by sales, Brands (Bugatti, Lamborghini, Trucks, ...), Scandal, WW2, ... much to talk about.
  • 31
    BMW
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    (Switching Industries) They started making aircraft engines and motorcycles specifically for World War 1. Currently, they now exist as an automotive company and a separate one for motorcycles (BMW Mo... Read more...
  • 31
    Yankee Candle Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It has a very interesting origin. Also it's interesting that a brand based entirely on candles has become so prominent all over the world. (Especially Korea)
  • 31
    Textbook Publishers (i.e. McGraw-Hill, Pearson, Harcourt)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did certain publishers become so big? Why isn't there more diversity in the market for this? Also why do they get to charge such a high price for their textbooks and how do they convince school di... Read more...
  • 31
    Texas Roadhouse
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Started in 1993, it has grown to become one of the fastest growing restaurant chains. It is in all states but Hawaii and has grown overseas as well.
  • 30
    The biggest companies you've never heard of
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    There are a boat load of massive companies that for one reason or another have never reached the public sphere. I think it would be interesting to hear the stories of some of these hidden companies.
  • 30
    Burger King
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Let's explore the rise of Burger King.
  • 30
    Pizza Hut
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are so big, but nobody loves their food compared to other places, and the location I used to work at was struggling. I wonder how they stay so big when everyone thinks the food is mediocre.
  • 30
    Cartoon Network
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Seeing it s worldwide loss of viewership it deserves to be a video
  • 30
    Nintendo: Switching industries
    8 months agoOpen For Voting
    I think Nintendo would be perfect for a switching industries video. They started as a card company, then in the 50s-60s, they tried to venture into food, electronics, and even an "adult hotel" (that's... Read more...
  • 30
    Amazon vs Google
    4 months agoOpen For Voting
    So much to talk about. From personal assistants to stock price.
  • 29
    Neopets
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's a 21-year-old website for children that won't die---despite the many incompetent owners it's had over the years (including Viacom) and its connection to scientology.
  • 29
    Forever 21
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The Rise of Forever 21. It has a great story about the Owner from Korea living the American Dream and expanding his one store location to 600 and a solid online store,
  • 29
    Ryanair
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The southwest airline of Europe. The airline has had a huge impact on the continent.
  • 29
    Adobe
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Photoshop for example is probably one of the (if not the) most known product in the world.
  • 29
    Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think this would make for a very interesting and colorful topic. 148 years of business and I'm curious to see a video on their origins, how they got so big, and what led to their end in 2017.
  • 29
    TJMaxx/Winners/Marshalls
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Their type of store is really interesting, buying in bulk and selling cheaper. How did they get big and where did they start from?
  • 29
    Mondelez International
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Quite a lot bigger and an unknown name, is effectively the sucessor to kraft foods
  • 29
    Craigslist
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Websites and other online businesses or forums seem to be lacking in the channel. With Craigslist in many countries other than America how they have expanded could make for a good topic.
  • 29
    Duolingo
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This company lets you learn a foreign language for free! How did they get so big, and how do they make money?
  • 29
    White Castle
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Considered the country's oldest fast food chain
  • 28
    Stanley Black & Decker
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Major tool company that has scooped up a lot of big names, love to see how they have acquired such a wide variety of brands and become just a massive conglomerate
  • 28
    Holiday Inn
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 28
    Cheetos
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Cheetos is one of my favorite brands of chips the story of how one janitor made flaming hot cheetos is inspiring and how one man can creat a huge product.
  • 28
    Story of Meijer: One of the few Privately Owned Grocery Stores
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Meijer is one of the top 20 largest privately held grocery/hypermarket grocery stores with 17.4 Billion.
  • 28
    roblox
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    how did roblox get so big.
  • 28
    Bing
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why does Microsoft keep supporting Bing? I also want to see the history of the site and why is it still around.
  • 28
    Olive Garden
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They have almost 900 restaurants and yet we don’t know much about them, there parent complaint is Darden Restaurants!
  • 28
    Motel 6
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Because you haven't done any hotels or motels
  • 27
    Niagara Bottling
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Its bigger than most people know
  • 27
    Snapchat
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise of a social media as big as snapchat would be nice to learn about especially considering the technology used in the app and how they've grown.
  • 27
    Paramount Studios
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Feels like this one of those movie studios who has such a rich history with big box office hits and lately have been pushing out some mediocre stuff with the occasional money maker.
  • 27
    Exxon Mobil
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big? How did in the aftermath of the Valdez oil spill? With the increased popularity of alternative energy sources what are they doing now to stay competitive for the future?
  • 27
    John Deere
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    177 years old worth of history to explore and going stronger then ever. Starting to pivot to a tech company with them buying AI and Computer vision company Blue River along with a lot of big data inve... Read more...
  • 27
    Discovery Zone
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Cause i used to go there as a kid and im sure it would be enjoyable to alot of people
  • 27
    Super 8 Motel
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Super 8 was a knockoff of Motel 6 (ok maybe do Motel 6) started in Aberdeen, SD. They grew fast, at one point opening a new motel every few days. Eventually they were purchased by a larger hotel compa... Read more...
  • 27
    Kroger
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know!
  • 27
    The Rise and Fall of Blue Apron
    4 months agoOpen For Voting
    The rise and subsequent fall/total disappearance of Blue Apron and it's ads from podcasts everywhere. I think many people have questions about how DTC companies like Caspar and Blue Apron make any mon... Read more...
  • 27
    Nerf
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    Just so much to talk about P.S Happy 3 years!!
  • 27
    Polaroid
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    Having been synonymous with ready-made pictures you can see within minutes, they have a rich history of development of diverse photographic media, and were about as synonymous with photography as Koda... Read more...
  • 26
    Newell Brands
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Might make a great "Bigger Than You Know" video. They own Sunbeam appliances, but also have a lot more well know brands outside appliances that are well known and pretty surprising.
  • 26
    Lockheed Martin
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A giant of the military–industrial complex that few know. They even build nuclear weapons.
  • 26
    Tata
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    One of the largest companies in India with operations more than in 100 countries. P.S. It owns Jaguar and Land Rover.
  • 26
    Luxottica
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Luxottica has a virtual monopoly over the eyewear industry and controls various brands as well as stores, so a video about them may be interesting.
  • 26
    The sudden collapse of the AAF
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I was so hyped about the AAF and the league seemed to be doing really well. Then one day the league simply announced it was done for. I feel like hearing your take on what happened to the AAF would be... Read more...
  • 26
    Safeway
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Big Grocery chain. How did they get so big
  • 26
    Forever 21 decline
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    It close to declaring bankruptcy according to news. I wonder why
  • 26
    PBS
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    why they're successful
  • 25
    Blizzard/Activision
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Blizzard has recently had to fire and let go many employees due to financial issues despite having some of the most popular games ever created.
  • 25
    Warner Media
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    As being one of th big 6 media sources, I’d love to learn about how they grew to be so big!
  • 25
    KONE
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    An elevator company that did an unusual approach by buying up domestic large corporations to grow into an international company!
  • 25
    Carnival Corp.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The Carnival Corp. has the biggest slice of the cruise industry. With over 15 lines, it is the biggest company in the cruise industry. Many people know carnival for the Carnival Cruiseline, this would... Read more...
  • 25
    EA Sports
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Where and when did it all began and why are they so successful?
  • 25
    Cedar Fair
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The company owns and operates twelve amusement parks, two outdoor water parks, one indoor water park, and five hotels in the US and Canada.
  • 25
    Nabisco
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    i just wanna know about oreos man
  • 25
    JetBlue
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    how they rose up from a small airline to one of the biggest domestic budget airlines
  • 25
    Fry's Electronics
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A regional chain of electronic stores, mostly in the west coast of America. The stores are very successful, even when competing with the largest electronics store, Best Buy. How did Fry's survive whil... Read more...
  • 25
    Buffalo Wild Wings
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I'd love to see a history of the company from their humble beginnings, to their public relations problems, to being acquired by Arby's. I'd love to see how they are doing in comparison to how they use... Read more...
  • 25
    Crown equipment corporation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's a company that's different than what you normally post, and how they got started manufacturing thermostats for wood burning furnaces in ww2, to television antenna rotators, to today where they ar... Read more...
  • 24
    Declination of GoPro
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It just seemed like a short lived business and knowing that is most likely not going to survive in a few years is astounding.
  • 24
    Wrigley's Gum
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    When you look close at any packet of gum, you seem to be able to see their name on it.
  • 24
    dunder mifflin
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    April Fools day video, the rise and fall and rise again of dunder mifflin
  • 24
    Goodwill Industries
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They provide vocational rehab/employment for disabled people, vets, and do a lot of great charity work. How did they get so big and manage to help so many people, yet still pull a profit?
  • 24
    EA: The Most Hated Company in America
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    There was a point when EA (Electronic Arts) was voted as the worst company in America. They promised to change, however as of today. The issues have only gotten worse.
  • 24
    Keurig Dr. Pepper
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    (Bigger Than You Know) This company used to exist as Keurig Green Mountain. They own a lot of beverage brands such as 7Up, Schweppes, Sunkist, Green Mountain, Snapple, A&W, and lots more.
  • 24
    WWE
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise and fall of WWE as newer fighting competitions began to become popular. How major superstars left so fewer people became interested.
  • 24
    Invisible companies
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    Companies that are more or less invisible because they make the products that consumer products are made of, or make it possible to sell consumer products. Companies like Dupont ,BASF, U.S. Steel that... Read more...
  • 23
    EA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Because it used to be one of the best video game companies then it failed
  • 23
    twitter
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    its a big social network company and even the president uses it , a lot it might do well as a "how did it get so big" video
  • 23
    Barne's and Noble (vs Borders)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    With the rise of Ebooks and online shopping, it seems crazy Barnes and Noble is still open. It'd be interesting to analyze that, especially in comparison with Borders
  • 23
    Lenovo: Bigger Than You Know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Lenovo is huge: ThinkPads, tablets, desktops, so many things! Also, their acquisition of Motorola and any other companies I don't know about could be fun too.
  • 23
    Wizards of The Coast/
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Publisher of Magic the Gathering, bought TSR games and purchased by Hasboro.
  • 23
    Rise of Discord
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Curious on how Discord became SO big, and how almost every single youtuber has it.
  • 23
    SeaWorld
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    In the midst of a once prosperous entertainment company drastically declining, I think it would be interesting to take an up close look at the company and why they’re failing.
  • 23
    AMD vs Intel - The 20 year old battle
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Intel and AMD have been companies for 40 and 50 years respectively. How havent either of them went under yet?
  • 23
    Spencer's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did this company become a big chain store for adult novelty in shopping malls? Would really like to see how this company started off and where it is today.
  • 23
    Sherwin Williams Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    More than you know. The growth from a paint company through the development of paint tech. From coating the Pentagon to the Golden Gate Bridge and the Hollywood Sign. SW owns the following SW pain... Read more...
  • 23
    Mayo Clinic
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Located in the small city of Rochester, MN (population around 115,000), the clinic was started shortly after a tornado struck Rochester and quickly grew to become one of the largest hospitals in the w... Read more...
  • 23
    In-N-Out Burger
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    It's a West Coast fast food chain with a limited menu, but with a slowly expanding business model.
  • 22
    Rise of flea market
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know I’ve got an idea but I want to know more
  • 22
    Bubba Gump Shrimp Corporation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Fictional Company from Forrest Gump. Why Not? 😛
  • 22
    Hyundai
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The car company that went from cheap import to pushing the envelope.
  • 22
    20th Century Fox
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    the history of 20th century fox how it started to the reason for the disney fox merger.
  • 22
    Zellers
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Zellers was once a major brand in Canada, but died out after a little over 80 years after was founded in 1931. I think covering the rise and fall of Zellers may make for an interesting video topic,... Read more...
  • 22
    NBA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I want to see how it was founded and how it has gotten big
  • 22
    Minecraft
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The decline of Minecraft would be a good video idea. Minecraft is definitely one of the most popular games of all time. But it’s fading away. A video on how this happened would be helpful..
  • 22
    Sprint
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I am curious how this company is still around and I want to know how they fell so fast.
  • 21
    Leica Camera
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The German Camera Manufacturer is over 100 years old, they have faced so many changes in the industry and they are profitable! Quality Product and known as expensive. The partnership with Huawei was v... Read more...
  • 21
    Blumhouse Productions
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They have made some of my favorite horror films recently like Us and Split and have also made other great films like BlacKKKlansman and Whiplash. So how did they get so big?
  • 21
    Coke-Bigger Than You Know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    In the 2 Year Celebration Video CM mentioned making a video about Coke or Pepsi separately before making a vs video about them so a bigger than you know would a good way to represent Either of the two... Read more...
  • 21
    Rite Aid
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why are they on the decline?
  • 21
    Funimation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Funimation has been a driving force behind the extreme popularization of anime in the west for over 25 years. They've been responsible for the rise of classic hits such as Dragon Ball and One Piece al... Read more...
  • 21
    Abercrombie & Fitch
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Started in 1892 as a sporting goods retailer, the brand changed hands several times during the 20th century until it was repositioned as a young adult apparel retailer. Controversy in the 2000s fueled... Read more...
  • 21
    WWE vs WCW
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The two biggest wrestling companies going at each others throats during the mid 90s to the early 2000s in what is now knows as “The Monday Night Wars”. These companies did everything they could (espec... Read more...
  • 21
    Lidl
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Lidl is a German global discount supermarket chain, based in Neckarsulm, Germany, that operates over 10,000 stores across Europe and the United States. It belongs to Dieter Schwarz, who also owns the ... Read more...
  • 21
    Microsoft- Why they're successful
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Microsoft sells A LOT of technology products, from the Surface line-up to cloud services and oddly enough, Windows phone. They also heavily challenge apple. I also want to see how the new C.E.O saved ... Read more...
  • 21
    Piggly wiggly
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Such and iconic store in the south east. How they’ve evolved and still I’m the game.
  • 21
    Office Depot
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Rise and Fall of one of the most famous business/personal office supply company in history.
  • 21
    Univision
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    A huge company with its primary focus on Spanish content in America. Not only that, its founder had a hand in another entertainment company that serves even more of the Hispanic world.
  • 21
    TikTok
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why and how they make money (unlike vine) and how they became so popular and just overall their story!
  • 20
    Hollister
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Im sure that this company and brand is one that most have heard of or worn - yet they seem to have fell off recently, now coming back with more street style clothing. The russ, fall and rise again of ... Read more...
  • 20
    Hard Rock
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I see these everywhere all over the world and I have never heard many people mention them.
  • 20
    TWITCH
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Amazon, gaming industry, nerds, fortnite!!!! 😀👍
  • 20
    VHS vs Betamax
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Two video cassette formats, head-to-head and VHS emerged victorious. Whilst Betamax had a niche market at best. Be interesting to hear more about it
  • 20
    Whole Foods
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big? Also the big Amazon acquisition.
  • 20
    LuLaRoe
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This MLM clothing company has a different model from most other MLMs, grew very large very quickly, followed by a massive bust that is ongoing with lots of lawsuits, losses of major players within the... Read more...
  • 20
    Bayer
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know and why it is one of the most evil companies in the world.
  • 20
    DHL
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I haven't seen any postal service companies yet and I'm very curious in how DHL in particular travels around the world as an express shipping service.
  • 20
    Uniqlo
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This store is huge in Asia and is constantly opening new locations in North America. I want to know more about the secret to its rapid growth.
  • 20
    Why (*this company*) still exist? (NEW SERIES IDEA)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Make a new series about a specific company that are refused to shutdown or close. Explore their efforts to be profitable and how they manage to survive (despite that they are not much popular or profi... Read more...
  • 20
    YETI
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise of YETI
  • 20
    Smaller than you Think
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    Similar to the Bigger than you Think Series how about a Smaller than you Think series
  • 20
    As Seen on TV
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    All the commercials they put out were constantly repeated and well known. People bought the products and even made Youtube videos to compare to the products shown on TV.
  • 20
    Apple - The Rise and Fall...and Rise Again
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Apple was so great in the beginning, then nearly hit rock bottom, before Steve Jobs resurrected it, and it only gets better under Tim Cook. Simply put, Apple has been through a Rise and Fall, and R... Read more...
  • 20
    Ross Dress For Less
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Seems like these discount second hand stores are popping up everywhere (in southern california). Largest off-priced retailer in the united states. Would be interesting to see a why they're so successf... Read more...
  • 19
    Nordstrom
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Not only this hits close to home (as I work for the company) but I always wondered about the company as there is very little news about it. Either that or I’m looking in the wrong places. I don’t know... Read more...
  • 19
    Brookstone
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    What is the reason behind their decline?
  • 19
    Rubiks cube
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It is one of the best selling puzzles and maybe toys. The company was trying to bring a lawsuit against thecubical.com . Claiming that there site was breaking trademarks by showing other brands of cub... Read more...
  • 19
    Panasonic
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A bigger than you know episode, haven't really heard anything about it other than air-conditioning but I've heard they also produced a bunch of other stuff
  • 19
    Gymboree
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It is the decline of crazy 8 and gymboree and now those stores are closed
  • 19
    Rubbermaid
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How they got so big and why. For god sake there in everyone’s home for the most part
  • 19
    Pfizer
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    One of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies, 170 years old, produces iconic brands such as Viagra, Lipitor, and Chapstick, and has acquired many other pharma companies, even other large ones, ... Read more...
  • 19
    Oldsmobile
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Historic car company that quietely disappeared
  • 19
    Activision
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Micro-Transactions in Video Games
  • 19
    Commodore
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A lot of the public in America grew up with Commodore versus Apple. You could do a spin off and have the rise and fall of each video game system. Might be nice for something different, but still stay ... Read more...
  • 19
    Coleco
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They used to make game consoles, especially the ColecoVision. They were also behind the Cabbage Patch Kids, which Mike has already made a video about. Coleco also manufactured other various games like... Read more...
  • 19
    Five Below
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How they got so big seemingly out of nowhere. One day there was just one in my local mall and then I started seeing a bunch of collaborations with them and some big youtubers.
  • 19
    Canon
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know. History. Having to adapt to adapt the changing environment in photography due in part to tech. and the rise of smartphones.
  • 19
    eBay
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Where did it go?
  • 19
    Mervyn's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I remember this place being so prevelent to the "back to school shopping" time, up until the store closed down I remember shopping here.
  • 19
    American Girl
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise and decline of a doll franchise that has been popular with young girls in the US since the late 80s, but has since suffered a decline due to children's disinterest in favour of smart devices ... Read more...
  • 19
    For Dummies: How did it get so big?
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    This is a book series from the 90s I thought was a fad but is still going strong despite physical book sales decline.
  • 19
    Twitch vs youtube
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    Interesting topic and lots to talk about
  • 19
    Raising Cane's Why They're Successful
    7 months agoOpen For Voting
    They seem to have grown in popularity very quickly, specially here in the south.
  • 19
    Hatchimals
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    There has not been videos breaking down the fad.
  • 18
    Lotte Corporation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It’s a Japanese and Korean conglomerate that many Americans are unfamiliar with. I think it would be an informative video for many of your viewers. Thanks, Brian
  • 18
    Amway
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
  • 18
    Haliburton
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Arguably a driving force behind the Iraq War
  • 18
    Goodwill or any large charity
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The industry has very little info available and it is one of the fastest growing sectors in Retail.
  • 18
    Jeep
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The Jeep brand began as Willys in the 1940's and ever since than has been sold and bought by numerous companies. I think a deeper dive into why, and what contributed, would be cool!
  • 18
    Railroads
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Some of the oldest US companies and best known (UP, BNSF, CSX, NS.) Or go with the predecessor lines (ACL, C&O, Southern, ATSF, New York Central) or even monopoly spaces (B&O, Pennsylvania, Re... Read more...
  • 18
    AOL / Time Warner merger
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Giant merger that resulted in the loss of billions of dollars.
  • 18
    Service Merchandise
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I loved that store! Two stores in one. One side you bought things and put in a cart. The other side you would look at items write down the number and it would come out on a conveyor belt in the middle... Read more...
  • 18
    GoDaddy
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    As it is one of the largest Domain Name & Hosting provider
  • 18
    Toshiba
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    After HD DVD, Toshiba never really bounced back in the consumer line. In fact the whole company almost went under after a series of bad luck from accounting scandles to the Georgia Nuclear power plant... Read more...
  • 18
    Disney+
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Could Be The Start Of A New Series Where You Talk About Upcoming Products/Companies And Say If You Think They'll Succeed Or Not
  • 18
    Kwik trip
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This is the real Kwik Trip don't @ me. Ok but this is a very good chain of gas stations/ convenient store s in Wisconsin and the miswest
  • 18
    Rise and fall of Thomas cook group
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    Thomas cook was an empire founded in 1841 and since became one of the largest budget package Holliday carriers in Europe until 23rd September 2019 when they went bust causing the largest repatriation ... Read more...
  • 18
    Under Armour
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It has grown into one of the biggest sportware companies
  • 18
    McDonald’s
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    How they got so big
  • 18
    Chick fill A vs Popeyes
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    When you say chicken sandwich either Chick Fil A or Popeyes come to mind they have been fighting to see who has the best chicken sandwich
  • 18
    Papa Johns
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    The supposed scandal to oust the founder is one of the most interesting things to happen.
  • 18
    Disney Junior
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    I was always a fan of Playhouse Disney! I wanna know when the Rise & Fall started to occur!
  • 18
    Discontinued products:Why they’re missed
    4 months agoOpen For Voting
    It’s a good idea because it will let people reminisce about their old favorite products that were discontinued
  • 18
    Mervyns
    4 months agoOpen For Voting
    It would be interesting to see a whole breakdown of how Mervyn's came to it's end. Would also be nice to reminisce in a store from childhood
  • 17
    Motorola
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise and fall: How did they go from car radios to making nearly everything from the first cell phone (dynatac) to the processors in nearly everything that wasn't a pc (the motorla 68000 cpu was in... Read more...
  • 17
    Lehman Brothers
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I got this off of a Forbes website about some of the largest money scandals. It seems interesting apparently it was one of the largest bankruptcy’s in history. Link https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.... Read more...
  • 17
    Loblaws
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Loblaws is a massive Canadian company that owns several grocery store lines as well as some retail and drug stores. Might make a good Bigger Than You Know video.
  • 17
    Winn dixie
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Reason why I'm submitting this idea, is because where I live there have been a couple of these Winn Dixie stores closing. my wife had told me that day were under financial strain. I remember a long ti... Read more...
  • 17
    Fye
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A while ago, Fye ( For. Your. Entertainment.) was in MASSIVE trouble which actually killed the company and somehow, don't ask me why, they came back from the dead. This is great for a Rise, Fall &... Read more...
  • 17
    Steam
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did steam get so big like every gamer on pc uses it
  • 17
    Tetris
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The number 1 bestselling video game of all time has had many legal battles, being nearly the only product coming from behind the Iron Curtain.
  • 17
    Roku
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Roku is a very interesting company that continues to expand rapidly even with competition from some of the biggest brands in the world. And who doesn’t love streaming video!
  • 17
    Chef Boyardee
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they become so big? And who was Chef Boyardee?
  • 17
    American Airlines
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A video about the worlds largest airline doing a HUGE rebrand in 2013 would be very interesting. How could a company leave the iconic look and logo to go to something completely different.
  • 17
    Bed Bath and Beyond
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise and fall.
  • 17
    Colgate
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A ton of cleaning brands across the world, including one pet food brand? And there are different brand names in different countries.
  • 17
    Dyson
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise of Dyson and their futures ventures .
  • 17
    PEZ! The company behind Pez dispensers.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I was thinking about making a dog treat dispenser for my dog, and I thought of using a pez dispenser. I looked up pez dispenser on google and had a nostalgic moment, around 4-5 years old with my older... Read more...
  • 17
    Waste Management
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This would be a very interesting topic because waste management is considered to be a "natural monopoly." There would be so much to talk about including how it came to be, how it stands today, and how... Read more...
  • 17
    ICEE
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Who dosent love ICEE
  • 17
    University of Phoenix
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The decline of university of phoenix what happened? Went from 500k students to 100k due to their for profit culture and lack of accreditation for majors.
  • 17
    My Pillow
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I see Ads for them on TV but who are they really and do they only make pillows?
  • 17
    Netflix vs Hulu
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The 2 biggest streaming services and the most widely used. I feel like a comparison would be interesting since Netflix was the pioneer of the streaming services, and Hulku has become more popular in t... Read more...
  • 17
    Motown Records
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Motown played an important role in the racial integration of popular music as an African American–owned label that achieved significant crossover success. In the 1960s and still exists today.
  • 17
    The Weather Channel
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Would love to see their history and downfall including their recent legal troubles
  • 17
    Self-Publishing and the Book Industry (Kindle Direct Publishing/CreateSpace)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Self-publishing is transforming the book industry, and Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing is at the forefront of this industry. I'd love to see a video about self-publishing and how certain companies, ... Read more...
  • 17
    Rainforest Cafe
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They’re a restaurant chain that feels like it’s been around forever, yet seems to only do business within tourist destinations & theme parks. They’ve always just seemed odd to me as a business.... Read more...
  • 17
    Loot Crate
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This is a newer company but blew up pretty quick, work lots of other companies copying their idea. How did this company become what they are today?
  • 17
    HEB
    9 months agoOpen For Voting
    Heb is a successful chain of grocery stores in Texas. They're generally liked in their area. It would be interesting to see why they're successful.
  • 16
    Sesame Workshop
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Sesame Workshop isn't a very largely known company but it's history is so intriguing and it's involvement in other companies have really shaped what it is. It's extremely interesting.
  • 16
    theranos
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    an in-depth look on how they failed
  • 16
    Airbus
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A bigger then you know Episode. Airbus has a long history that would be really interesting to watch.
  • 16
    Qualcomm
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger thank you think!
  • 16
    Multi-level marketing companies
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I believe this topic is worthy of a video because i think a lot of us have been approached by MLM reps at one point or another. They also have been around for ages. Examples: monat, herbalife, shakeo... Read more...
  • 16
    Delta Airlines
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Delta is one or the biggest airline in the world. How did it get so BIG?
  • 16
    Why two names, Office depot and office max
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Discuss the difference between Office depot and Office max and why they have two names.
  • 16
    Buc-ee's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    History of company and how they are growing (similar to cracker barrel episode)
  • 16
    Tencent
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I know very little about this company, but I would like to learn more. They are huge in the gaming space, specifically mobile gaming, and I’m wondering how they got so big.
  • 16
    Lipton
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Because I would like to see how they got into the tea buisness
  • 16
    Cabellas and Bass Pro Shop
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are huge stores, in that each store is huge and really cool with animals, fish and restaurants. What I didnt know is that they are the same company. I always thought they were competitors. that i... Read more...
  • 16
    Dole
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    One of the biggest fruit companies
  • 16
    Hanna barbera
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    In the 70’s Hanna barbera dominated televised animated market. However now they only exist trough WB making movies using their IPs. The story of Hanna barbera has an interesting rise and fall
  • 16
    USB
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How the USB standard became big and important to our lives
  • 16
    Ollie's Bargain Outlet
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Growing tremendously quickly and in a space where retail is struggling, they continue to thrive. Their stores are interesting as they are messy and low overhead, but it's the thrill of getting a barga... Read more...
  • 16
    Popeyes vs KFC
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Direct competitors. What is their niche in the market?
  • 16
    Sam's Club vs Costco
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They're the 2 biggest membership-only warehouse stores.
  • 16
    Circle K
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Circle K is America's largest and most expansive convenience store chain. Every year since opening, they've had nothing but growth. Lately, they've been expanding heavily in advertising, and store qua... Read more...
  • 16
    Barnes and Noble - The Decline | What happened?
    7 months agoOpen For Voting
    I’m an employee with the company, and they’ve been hit harder than any other retailer by online shopping and Amazon. Especially with Amazon so thoroughly dominating the reading sector. The NOOK failed... Read more...
  • 16
    Singer (sewing) Company
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    In 1988 a man named Paul Bilizerian bought Singer with junk bonds then cannibalized its assets, raided its retirement accounts which ruined thousands of retirees lives. He singularly destroyed a huge ... Read more...
  • 16
    Black Friday
    5 months agoOpen For Voting
    How about the Rise and Fall of Black Friday. We have heard and seen how this has changed so much especially in the Cyber Monday and how the internet has changed Black Friday.
  • 16
    Mac vs. Windows
    4 months agoOpen For Voting
    it'd get you a lot of views
  • 15
    Simon
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They're the king of malls of New England. More specifically, Massachusetts. i want to see how expansive it is and the company's history.
  • 15
    Ultraviolet/Vudu/iTunes/etc...
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The evolution from DVDs to Blu-Rays to Digital Media. With Ultraviolet shutting down this summer, I can't think of a better time to talk about it. Not necessarily a focus on Ultraviolet but also the r... Read more...
  • 15
    Creatures Inc. / The Pokemon Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Pokemon was very popular and still is to this day
  • 15
  • 15
    Aldi/Lidl
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    European companies that have bridged the gap to America, so they are relatible to both an American and European Audience. I’m Irish and I can say that either one of these companies are in every town w... Read more...
  • 15
    Western Union
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    From telegraphy monopolist to worldwide financial transfer giant
  • 15
    Epic games
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How they created the unreal engine and Rose to the top with fortnite
  • 15
    the fall of Netscape
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    it was at one point the biggest internet browser at one point, but now has faded into oblivion
  • 15
    Linux (or why to open source)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    how do they earn money as free and open source project
  • 15
    Dyson
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    From very humble beginnings, Dyson went from a small manufacturer of revolutionary bagless vacuum cleaners in Malmesbury, UK to becoming a global powerhouse in technology and consumer goods. Their nam... Read more...
  • 15
    Crunchyroll
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It was a bootleg anime fansub site that went successfully legit and a major company that changed how anime is watched in the US and occasionally through the committee system, what anime gets made.
  • 15
    Carrefour
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Heard once it's the second biggest (non-online) retail company in the world, though it's not found in america at all, if you wanna get out of your america comfort zone this is a good place to start
  • 15
    The Vaporware of Elio Motors
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Elio Motors was founded in 2009 with a goal to make a gas powered automobile that was highly fuel efficient (84 mpg hwy/49 mpg city) and cheap. Basically, if you can't afford Tesla but still want to t... Read more...
  • 15
    UFC
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    There are and were quite a few mma leagues but the UFC seems to have come out on top. The sport is somewhat controversial and has been traversing into the new media world in the last years.
  • 15
    Blue Bell Ice Cream
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 15
    Thomas Cook Group AG
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It is the World's Oldest Travel Agent & Tour Operator. Started in Leicester (Pronounced Lester), UK with a trip by train to Loughborough (Pronounced Luffburu) in 1841, it has grown into a travel e... Read more...
  • 15
    Companies you didn't know were owned by a one big corporation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    There are so many products I see and I'm usually surprised about how of the products are owned by the same company
  • 15
    Gander Mountain
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The decline and closing of the stores.
  • 15
    Smuckers - Bigger Than You Know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I say this mainly because of them owning Jif, the peanut butter!
  • 15
    Mountain Dew
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It has a crazy history, many ups and downs, and is arguably in the top 5 most merchandisable soft drinks of all time (if not THE most merchandisable food or beverage of all time). The Flavors are just... Read more...
  • 15
    Beyond meat, Inc.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They just went public and the stock is performing well. I'd be curious to see where this company got there start and what the future potential of companies like this would be.
  • 15
    Burlington
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I don’t know how this would fit. Maybe a rise and fall? Or a history? Burlington would just be really interesting because they’ve always seemed different from other retails stores. They have a warehou... Read more...
  • 15
    COLEMAN
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I collect, restore and love Coleman lanterns, there is even an international coleman collectors club. The story of AC Coleman is very cool and how he went from selling lamps in Kansas to an internatio... Read more...
  • 15
    books a million
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    its a store similar to barnes and nobel. i have been to one a few times so i want to know more.
  • 15
    haagen dazs
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Now that you did Ben and Jerry's, I would love to see the story of the other super premium ice cream brand.
  • 15
    Pandora
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why are they losing to spotify
  • 15
    L’oréal
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    L’oréal is A French company of make up, parfums and personal care products and it has grown a lot since it was founded and absorbed a lot of companies including high sales product sold in the US makin... Read more...
  • 15
    Alibaba
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    2nd biggest ecommerce platform in the world, possilbily bigger than amazon in some ways
  • 15
    Coinstar
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A video on the rise of Coinstar would be great as they now offer Bitcoin as an option.
  • 15
    RCA: Company Decline
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    RCA went from a very innovative, well-known company to a company producing cheap-feeling products such as the Cambio, that not many seem to pay attention to. It would be interesting to see details bot... Read more...
  • 15
    HJ Heinz Compnany
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know
  • 15
    Campbell Soup Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know
  • 15
    Furby
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It was one of the biggest crazes of my childhood, but like all crazes it came and went. Talk about Furbish, which is apparently an official language they developed. Also, one contributor to their demi... Read more...
  • 15
    Sc Johnson
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    We always see those commercials and at the end they say sc Johnson or those bottles that have that logo. The only thing clear about it is that it is a family company.
  • 15
    Sinclair Broadcast Group
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It owns the most TV Stations in the USA but critics call Sinclair an evil company due to the political nature of it's leaders.
  • 15
    Dunkin Donuts vs Krispy Kreme
    9 months agoOpen For Voting
    The two biggest companies in Donuts and have their own fan base what is the case
  • 15
    Kmart
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    Do a follow-up Kmart video that discusses their current position financially, and what things might look like in the near future for them.
  • 15
    ViacomCBS
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    In December of 2019, Viacom and CBS Corporation re-merged into a new media company under the name ViacomCBS since these 2 companies split back in 2005. I want to know what networks and studios they ha... Read more...
  • 15
    Google Glass
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    I've seen the commercials but not the people wearing them. How did it fail?
  • 14
    Columbia
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Columbia could have some interesting stuff like rivalries. It’s also a cool brand that isn’t talked about much
  • 14
    Vivendi Bigger Than You Know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Founded by Napoleon III Emperor of France. This company has owned or currently owns: Activision, Blizzard, Ubisoft, NBC/Universal, Universal Music Group, Spotify, Game loft, Daily motion, and much of ... Read more...
  • 14
    Guitar Center
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They may be bigger then you know
  • 14
    TJX
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I’ve worked for one of the companies retail chains, TJ Maxx, for some time and wonder how the company is staying competitive in a time where Amazon and Walmart are huge. They also own other department... Read more...
  • 14
    Pogs
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I noticed you did a few videos on fads (such as JNCO’s for example). I would like to see if you’d consider doing one for the pogs fad back in 1990’s. I was a 90’s kid and I remember pogs being a big t... Read more...
  • 14
    Dropbox
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It was a pretty wacky idea and it used to be a simple file service but now became some collaboration space. They have some wacky ads and they went through a lot. Think it would be interesting
  • 14
    FedEx
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The history of how it started is crazy. I'm not too sure on the facts. But the guy created his business for the government. They said "no". then he competed with UPS. Almost went bankrupt. Then Gamble... Read more...
  • 14
    Anheuser-Busch
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They're a near-monopoly on the beer industry and they've been quite controversial because of how big they are.
  • 14
    Marvel vs DC
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Part of the "vs"series.
  • 14
    Westinghouse
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    More than just TVs... elevators too.
  • 14
    Universal Studios
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I'm very curious about the history of the company and how they got so big.
  • 14
    THQ
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This video game company gained fame through making licensed games on consoles throughout the 2000's. However, at the end of them, it owed a huge debt to the WWE. I'd love to hear the details.
  • 14
    Bigger than you know: Hormel Foods
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Large grocery store presence multiple items that people buy daily.
  • 14
    Why The Mall Is Dying
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It Is Important
  • 14
    NASA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Please make a video talking about how big Nasa is. I would love to know the history behind this major corporation.
  • 14
    4Kids What Happened
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Everyone knows about the infamous One Piece dub, but there's way more to the story than just the objectively worst anime dub ever.
  • 14
    The Rise and Fall of Vinyl.... and Rise Again
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You can show how vinyl came to be, and how they fell out of relevancy, and is now becoming more and more popular.
  • 14
    Bath & Body Works
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 14
    Cineplex (Canadian Theater Chain)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You did a video on AMC, I'm curious how Cineplex stacks up in comparison. Cineplex is one of the top Canadian movie theater chain. We had AMC theaters in Canada, but they left a couple years ago.
  • 14
    Jordan Brand
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Jordan’s are icons and it is interesting to learn about how it is related to Nike
  • 14
    Mervyn's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Mervyn's was a common department store in numerous malls. Then in the mid 2000s, it receded to the Southwest and it closed in 2008. The rise and fall would be interesting to see.
  • 14
    Getty Images
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Do an image search for just about anything, and you are greeted with "Getty Images" watermarked on so many matches. Where did they come from? How did they come to own so many images, even ones from ma... Read more...
  • 14
    Ted Turner
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I believe we've all seen his content some of us without knowing TNT, Cartoon Network, Trutv, etc... All are owned by this guy!!! id love to see how he started and how he grew his business to become a ... Read more...
  • 14
    Bluetooth
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bluetooth is used worldwide, but not usually talked about. Maybe you can bring something up most people don’t know!
  • 14
    Sysco
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A food service company that seems to be everywhere. Bigger than you know?
  • 14
    iTunes
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How it revolutionized the world 20 years ago to its planned shutdown today.
  • 14
    Lootcrate Bankruptcy
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    They have just gone bankrupt
  • 14
    Jell-O
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    There are somethings that people don't know about Jell-O like the rise and fall of the company
  • 14
    Froot Loops
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    The commercials are hit after hit (the vintage ones) and they are owned by Kelloggs now, but who started them?
  • 14
    Disney XD
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    No one really talks about this channel and I want to see if it has had a decline. If it has, please do a rise and fall
  • 13
    Red Bull recent flavor diversification
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Red Bull has been around since the late 80's. As a 32 year old company, they survived for the great majority of their life with only a single flavor- plus a sugar free version of that flavor. They hav... Read more...
  • 13
    NORTEL
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Should be self explanatory. Biggest Telecom company in the world. Dominated the telecom infrastructure market. In the early 2000's, went from 60,000 employees down to 12. Stock price went from $124 do... Read more...
  • 13
    VF Corporation (Vans, Jansport, Etc.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    VF Corporation should deserve a video because they are a huge conglomerate. They own Vans, Jansport, Nautica, North Face, Wrangler, etc. I would just like to learn about VF, THX
  • 13
    The Concorde what happened?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Very popular travel across the Atlantic but after accidents in the last decade of it's life both British Airways and Air France retired their fleet.
  • 13
    Woolworths UK
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    In the video on the American Woolworths, you mentioned the British side of the coin and honestly that would be a good choice to do a Decline Of... -style video. Personally I have fond memories of goin... Read more...
  • 13
    Tabasco Hot Sauce
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 13
    The rise and fall of Ames
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Ames Department Stores Inc. was an American chain of discount stores based in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, United States. The company was founded in 1958 with a store in Southbridge, Massachusetts, and at... Read more...
  • 13
    Albertsons
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How Albertsons became the 2nd largest grocery store brand in America and why they have so many different named stores that aren't "Albertsons" around the country
  • 13
    Nissan motors.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Scotty Killmer, a famous mechanic form Huston, TX talks a lot about how great Nissan (Datson) motor's were, until they were sold out and the decline happened fast. Now they have THE worst automatic tr... Read more...
  • 13
    Hp
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Decline of hp
  • 13
    Turnitin
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Every student/teacher I know uses it to check for plagiarism in universities, high schools, etc. How did it get so big and what is their history?
  • 13
    DC comics
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    DC comics went from Rise and fall and Rise again
  • 13
    White Castle and Krystal
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The company sell very similar products, but have different names along with the region they're associated with.
  • 13
    Nestle’s Environmental Impact and forced labor
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Well climate change is a very serious issue that needs to be discussed more, and it would be great for you to address how much they impact the environment, and how they’ve admitted to forced labor. Ev... Read more...
  • 13
    Wawa vs Sheetz
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    In the Northeast, this is the biggest food/gas station rivalry. If there is a Wawa, there is most likely a Sheetz close by. Both fans are very loyal to their preferred place.
  • 13
    Claires
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I understand they survived a bankruptcy recently and came out of it significantly better. They have been around a long time but I find it interesting that they were like many companies pre 2008 financ... Read more...
  • 13
    Saab
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A car company formed from an aircraft company following the end of world war 2. A relatively quirky car company grew rapidly from the 70s to the 80s and into the 90s. Then once the acquisition by Gene... Read more...
  • 13
    Rockwell International, what happened?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Rockwell International was a major American manufacturing conglomerate in the latter half of the 20th century. At its peak in the 1990s, Rockwell International was No. 27 on the Fortune 500 list, with... Read more...
  • 13
    College Board
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    where the money goes
  • 13
    Cici’s Pizza
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How does a pizza buffet fail in the USA? We used to have a decent amount of CiCi’s in Michigan and now there is only one.
  • 13
    Adult Swim
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Rise and Fall and how they are trying to stay relevant.
  • 13
    Dollar Shave Club
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It’s advertised everywhere and it’d be interested to see its dynamics and if the ads are successful.
  • 13
    Schlotzskys Deli
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They seem to have had a similar situation as quiznos. If a town has a schlotzskys, it is the place I would choose. There sandwiches seem unique to me. And their slogan is pretty unique too.
  • 13
    the new ownership of toys r us
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    i think this i a worthy topic because the long lasting company is making a comeback with a new name and new ownership
  • 13
    Waffle House
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    I think it would be interesting to hear about the startup and practices of the establishment
  • 13
    Mcculloch chainsaws
    10 months agoOpen For Voting
    Two years after founding the company was responsible for 50% of all sales. First manufacturer to sell 1 million units. Then somehow ended up selling steam cleaners.
  • 13
    Coca Cola: bigger than you know
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    It's a massive soda company that owns far more beverages than people know. You can also talk about Sprite and other stuff
  • 13
    Warner Music Group
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    When did Warner start to fail, and how are they able to stay afloat with stiff competition from independent artists on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Spotify.
  • 13
    Yahoo Messenger
    4 months agoOpen For Voting
    Yahoo had a HUGE backlash when they announced messenger was going down. Would make for an interesting story!
  • 13
    OTIS Elevators
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    Elevators are everywhere. We use them every day without a second's hesitation. But if you really think about it, they're metal boxes that hang by steel rope that (if damaged) could cause incredible da... Read more...
  • 12
    Fazer
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A Finnish candy company who have been making candy since 1891 and still pretty large.
  • 12
    Oracle
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The godfather of the Silicon Valley. The database that the entire world runs on. Facebook and Google will be nothing without Oracle.
  • 12
    Honeywell. bigger than you know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    If you read there Wikipedia page it turns out there involved in alot more than just making thermostats. Obviously there main business is in HVAC related things but they also have a hand in defense con... Read more...
  • 12
    Aunt Jemima
    2 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    On June 17, Quaker Oats announced they were retiring the over 130+ year old Aunt Jemima name. It's a touchy, but important subject to address as companies are scrambling to answer to calls of equality... Read more...
  • 12
    Trump Airlines/Trump Steaks/Trump Vodka
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You may want to avoid a video about Trump (because of the dumpster fire that will likely occur in the comment section), but I'm curious about all the various products he's attached his name to over th... Read more...
  • 12
    Seiko
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise of seiko and the quartz crisis and how it affected the swiss watchmakers. And what the future holds for analog watches with smart watches and wearable tech.
  • 12
    Jimmy Dean
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    Because
  • 12
    Ponderosa
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This restaurant was amazing when I was growing up! It was an affordable place to go for great food, especially steak!! Then it just disappeared in my place in Upstate NY and I never knew why. Also, I ... Read more...
  • 12
    Salesforce
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are a very large tech company and are a CRM which improve the companies and how they get their feedback from other countries.
  • 12
    Silly Bandz Fad/Trend
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I would love to hear you discuss this
  • 12
    Koch Industries
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The 2nd largest private company in North America headed by the Koch brothers, known for their political donations and influence. Koch Industries owns some pretty huge subsidiaries including Molex, Inv... Read more...
  • 12
    DuPont: bigger than you know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A gigantic company that gets extremely overlooked.
  • 12
    Bob Evans
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This restaurant chain started from a man, Bob Evans himself, coming up with his own sausage recipe at his Ohio Farm. Today, there are hundreds of Bob Evans restaurants all over the Midwest, Mid-Atlant... Read more...
  • 12
    Jollibee
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's coming to America
  • 12
    NHL vs WHA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It could be a good addition to the nba vs ABA and XFL vs nfl series and it is also a good story.
  • 12
    Blimpie Subs
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I feel like they used to be everywhere. But now they’re nowhere. I’ve read a little about it and I think it’d be a great video!
  • 12
    Siemens
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I work with their wind turbines at my job, but they also do a lot with healthcare. They have merged with so many other companies, they have stock in almost every industry, and I think they are a littl... Read more...
  • 12
    Club Penguin
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    What ever Happened to this beloved kids game played by millions. How did Disney’s acquisition ultimately kill the game and the reboot.
  • 12
    Chapter 11 Bankrupcy
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    We often listen about in the news and even in the channel. But most of us don't understand what it means. Why is it called Chapter 11? What does it state? And how does it affect the operations of stru... Read more...
  • 12
    Groupon
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They used to be really big right after the great recession. Now they are in decline. What gives?
  • 12
    Fred's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A moderately successful retail chain going belly up in less than a year due to bad deals, a failed merger, and mismanagement. With 263 stores closing this summer.
  • 12
    Nokia
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It once was a tech giant until Microsoft bought it and now it's making a comeback.
  • 12
    Mozilla
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Mozilla has been around for awhile, and after the Firefox quantum release, they are trying to gain back market share against Chrome. A rise, fall and rise again video
  • 12
    Lays around the world
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Discuss the Frito Lay company around the world discussing flavours, products and names. Links to some image references https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/552169523101302834/603686419344654396/156... Read more...
  • 12
    Box tops
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did this cardboard folder shaped thing become the biggest educational fundraiser
  • 12
    Tata Group/Tata Sons
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They have a long history, and they are responsible for the growth in India.
  • 12
    Craftsman
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    As a person who likes working with his hands, most of the tools in my shop are Craftsman. There one of the largest tool manufacturers in the US and probably the world. I'd love to find out how they go... Read more...
  • 12
    Puma
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I like Puma sneakers.
  • 12
    Major League Baseball MLB
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    MLB is america's favorite pastime but not the most watched sport. The MLB faced about of challenges that questioned its existence. One of the biggest challenges that is not spoken about is the 1922 ru... Read more...
  • 12
    Verizon
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Verizon claims to be the biggest and best wireless network. How do they start?
  • 12
    Roy Rogers Restaurant
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I remember Roy Rogers from when I was a kid and a lot of them closed and I'd like to know why.
  • 12
    Rise and fall of Philips
    9 months agoOpen For Voting
    Philips, ones one of the biggest consumer electronics companies in the world with products in almost every market. From TV's to vacuum cleaners and from computer chips to there own movie studio(PolyGr... Read more...
  • 12
    Toys R Us: A possible comeback?
    8 months agoOpen For Voting
    This could talk about whether Toys R Us can make a comeback since there have been a few store re-openings.
  • 12
    PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)
    7 months agoOpen For Voting
    For your new “why they’re hated” series, PETA has been highly disliked by even the most humane animal lovers for their shock campaigns, demonizing people like the Irwin family or just for consuming an... Read more...
  • 12
    Jersey Mike's
    5 months agoOpen For Voting
    Peter Cancro, current CEO, bought a small sandwich shop (Mike's) at the age of 17. He has since grown the business to over 2000 locations nationwide
  • 12
    Apple Records
    4 months agoOpen For Voting
    The bad management of the stores, and the success of the label
  • 12
    Dasani Water Disater
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    An event of a major company completely failing in the UK. And the scandal involed
  • 12
    J.Crew
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    I think this would be a great video especially right now with COVID. This company has recently filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy.
  • 11
    Crazy Eddie
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The story of this company is so interesting, and a movie could be made about it!
  • 11
    Noodles and Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It is a good restaurant and I want you to find out where they get their recipes.
  • 11
    ALCO
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The American Locomotive Company was one of the largest companies in America. It made railroad locomotives and automobiles. It was one of the fastest collapses in American business history.
  • 11
    Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It would be cool to see how instagram changed after FB bought them, what WhatsApp was like before, etc.
  • 11
    The Jordan Belford Case
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This video would be an in depth look at the the jordan belford scandal, showing how it happened and what lead to the down fall like your berrny madolf video.
  • 11
    Airlines (In General)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A lot of people don’t know much about the airline industry.
  • 11
    EBGames
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    From Electronics Boutique to EB Games, picking up smaller chains like Stop-N-Save Software and Babbages, to part of the Game Stop empire and now gone.
  • 11
    F1. Liberty media buyout
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Cool video Ps I like F1
  • 11
    Penn Central Transportation Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A failed merger between the Pennsylvania Railroad & New York Central Railway in 1968, which filed for bankruptcy in 1976
  • 11
    WeWork
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This company takes a simple idea and infuses it with branding to create something that appears as much more than a real estate holding company. The companies central business model is also essentially... Read more...
  • 11
    Littlest Pet Shops
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    Back when I was in grade school Littlest Pet Shops were HUGE and it seemed like any girl that had them had hundreds. I must’ve collected around 1,000 of them and the drawers in my room were filled to ... Read more...
  • 11
    Death of the Comic Book Industry
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I want to hear your thoughts on why this is happening even with the popularity of the movies.
  • 11
    Ball Corporation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Their glass jars are now popular drinking containers. They identify as an aerospace company, but this may be due to an arrangement for another company to use the name Ball. Also the founders are the n... Read more...
  • 11
    Self-Publishing Platforms (Wattpad, Amazon, Kobo, etc.)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The past few years have been seen the transformation of the publishing industry. Due to websites like Wattpad, Amazon KDP, and others, authors have seen massive success without using big-name publishi... Read more...
  • 11
    Nvidia
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Do a Company History on Nvidia. If you are a Gamer, or a person that likes to Build, repair, or do stuff with PC's & Laptops, then you obviously know Who Nvidia is.They are notorious for Their GPU... Read more...
  • 11
    Steve and Barry's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Meteoric rise and fall, including the Starbury $15 basketball shoes.
  • 11
    Corning Glassware
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Corning make all sorts of glass from smart phone displays to Fiber-optic to lab equipment or TV screens and everything in between. they are a world leader and innovator in glass technology.
  • 11
    SpaceX
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I am very curious to see how this privately owned rocket company rose to the top, nearly rivaling NASA.
  • 11
    Fiat Chrysler
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    One of the oldest Automakers on the plant (Fiat brand turns 120 years old this July), one of the American/Detroit Big 3, an Italian National Champion, the various near-death experiences of both Chrysl... Read more...
  • 11
    VHS vs. Betamax vs. Laserdisc
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Hi! 🙂 I just watched the video called "HD DVD vs. Blu-Ray" and it was great! I'm a VHS Collector and I own 186 VHS Tapes and I'd love to see about the great 80's/90's Video Format War! It would be a ... Read more...
  • 11
    HTC: Once a smartphone leader, now boring and forgotten by all
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    HTC in 2011 was the third biggest smartphone comany behind samsung and apple but now, they get minimal media attention. HTC was the first smartphone manufacturer to use android and the first google ne... Read more...
  • 11
    Apple Computer
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise, fall, limping along, rise and transition to a phone company.
  • 11
    Hungry Jacks
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why Burger King is called Hungry Jacks in Australia.
  • 11
    General Electric
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The decline of General Electric would be a very interesting topic.
  • 11
    Google Plus
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Would be very interesting to hear about how one of the most powerful companies in the world failed to launch a successful social media platform to rival Facebook.
  • 11
    McDonald's vs. Wendy's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Compare the quality/food/service/ of each restaurant.
  • 11
    Shake Shack
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    New York based food chain with 249 locations around the world. Known for items such as their shakes and the ShackBurger.
  • 11
    Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The history of the original company, Huy Fong Foods, is very interesting as well as the product itself and its insertion into the meme world ans social media
  • 11
    Matchbox
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Matchbox originally began the die-cast miniature car craze before Hot Wheels, and they managed their empire successfully in spite of the competition to remain on store shelves and in the hands of many... Read more...
  • 11
    American Express
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    One of the most well-known credit card companies that doesn't seem to have as strong a presence globally and has the highest fees for store owners. But it's regarded as the luxury credit card with the... Read more...
  • 11
    Play-Doh
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Play-Doh has been around for quite some time and I would like to learn more. I heard it was a wallpaper remover and invented by accident. Maybe there was a fall I haven't heard about, and maybe bigger... Read more...
  • 11
    Google
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    What started of as a simple search engine turned into a $280 billion dollar company. Google is tied into so much of peoples lives that everyone at least uses one of it's services.
  • 11
    McAfee antivirus, mainly, John McAfee himself.
    10 months agoOpen For Voting
    The guy has led an absolutely crazy life. It's incredible and would make a great follow-up to the whole U-Haul story, what with that being pretty bonkers too.
  • 11
    Chips, Ahoy!: Rise And Fall
    4 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    I was going down the cookie aisle and I looked and I saw less and less Chips Ahoy cookies, and more Oreos, Keebler, etc. Wonder Why?
  • 11
    Lionel Trains LLC
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    This year is Lionel Trains 120th Anniversary since starting up in 1900. I’m a huge model train enthusiast and would love to see this video, as I am sure others will. They’ve had a long history through... Read more...
  • 11
    DreamWorks
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    After watching the video on Pixar, I thought "why not DreamWorks?" They're the third-biggest animation studio after Disney and Pixar, and it's be nice to see the contrasts between DreamWorks and Pixar... Read more...
  • 11
    Bob’s Big Boy
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    Bob's Big Boy is a restaurant chain founded by Bob Wian in Southern California in 1936, At its peak in 1989, there were over 240 Bob's locations throughout the United States, most belonging to Marriot... Read more...
  • 11
    Dr Pepper / Seven Up, Inc.
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    I've seen a couple of suggestions for Seven Up, and Dr Pepper, but those requests are specific to another company entirely. I'd like to instead talk about the company at the center: Dr Pepper/ Seven U... Read more...
  • 10
    Grainger
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Grainger is a large company that provides industrial goods to other large companies. There’s millions of customers and is competing hard with Amazon.
  • 10
    KIA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How big are they? At first, they looked like a cheap car. But over the years they started to look nicer and became more numerous on the roads. How do they compare to Honda?
  • 10
    Blue Diamond
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Literally everything they do is related to almonds. Not one thing doesnt contain almonds, and they have a decent array of products.
  • 10
    Quiktrip
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A local convenience store and gas chain base in tulsa oklahoma that is growing
  • 10
    NCAA Basketball
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    -non profit organization -pay for play scandals -NCAA March Madness tournament - advertising and tv contracts
  • 10
    You should do a video on the history of Alaska Airlines
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You should do a video on the history of Alaska Airlines because it has a very interesting history and how it has grown Relatively fast to be one of the biggest airlines in America
  • 10
    99c Store
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How do 1 dollar stores earn enough money to be in business, how did they get so popular?
  • 10
    LiveNation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The concert market is a monopoly since the entire supply chain is owned by Livenation. The industry suceeds on the difficulty of aquiring sales and benefits from unethical reselling via scalpers. T... Read more...
  • 10
    Ulta Beauty
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 10
    Jostens
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    We all encounter Jostens just a few times in our lives around graduation time, and I don't think many people give them much thought. However they're over 120 years old.
  • 10
    The Decline of Mad Magazine
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It was just announced today that Mad Magazine will sadly be shutting down later this year.
  • 10
    AEW
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    All Elite Wrestling is a new wrestling company starting up soon here. Might be tropical next October when they have a TV deal. There having there first paper on May 25th.
  • 10
    How is ebay surviving after the rise of Amazon?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I'd like to know how they are surviving after all this time?
  • 10
    PewDiePie
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    PewDiePie is one of the largest YouTubers ever, only recently losing his spot as the single largest creator to T-Series. His style of gaming and comedy seems to resonate with viewers in a way that is ... Read more...
  • 10
    IGA(International Groceries Alliance)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Hey Company Man you should do a video on the decline of IGA stores these used to be on every corner and city and town 60's thru the 90's but have declined over the past 25 years. Now you might see an ... Read more...
  • 10
    Magic the Gathering
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's astounding that a card game has managed to be around for so many years. It's also insane how crazy the secondary market can be. And now that Wizards of the Coast are getting into the digital mark... Read more...
  • 10
    Softbank
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A Japanese telecoms company that has become a major investor in a surprising amount of Silicon Valley (and other) tech.
  • 10
    RC Cola
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Royal Crown Cola "RC Cola" Ok so there is a little known Cola company that comes from the same place as Coke in Columbus, Georgia. Basically I put a link below that goes through all the ups and downs... Read more...
  • 10
    Eastern Airlines
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How Frank Lorenzo took over and destroyed Eastern Airlines
  • 10
    Staples vs. Office Depot
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Two companies surviving off of office supplies. Also, with the failed merger, it’s interesting to see how the two companies are doing now
  • 10
    DeLorean Motor Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    From overseeing the creation of the legendary Pontiac Firebird, GTO, and Grand Prix, to trafficking cocaine John DeLorean was a true American entrepreneur. His legacy lives to this day as there have b... Read more...
  • 10
    Hewlett-Packard
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    History of Hewlett-Packard the merger with Compaq and other companies.
  • 10
    Beats
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think it would be interesting to see the company’s transformation into a leader in the audio space. I think it is also cool to see how it impacted Dr. Dre and made him as wealthy as he is. Apple’s p... Read more...
  • 10
    Fujifilm
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A bigger than you know video about fujifilm.
  • 10
    Apple vs Microsoft
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    they are always neck and neck with each other and we might see whos better
  • 10
    Nortel networks
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Major acquisition failure
  • 10
    Decline of Yahoo
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    This would be about the mistakes they made such as refusing to buy Google for $1 Million and then refusing Microsofts offer to buy Yahoo and then getting bought for even less.
  • 10
    Boston market
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I love it, it used to be so popular but it had fallen, so please do a rise and fall vid on it
  • 10
    Crystal pepsi
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The decline of crystal Pepsi... What happened? It would be interesting to watch how Tab and the world failed this drink, which may have just been too ahead of it's time?
  • 10
    Telltale games
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I want to know more about telltales rise in popularity to its downfall
  • 10
    Hometown Buffet
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Rise and Fall of this what used to be popular chain buffet/ restaurant. It was very popular in my area, with huge lines out the door. Then they made changes and poof! They disappeared. I'd like to kno... Read more...
  • 10
    American Red Cross
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The Red Cross has dated back since back in the Civil War, and its also in the Forbes top 100 list (almost top 20!) for biggest charities, it'll be really cool to cover this!
  • 10
    Dicks sporting goods
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Who stars it and the history on this sports good store
  • 10
    Charlotte Russe
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise and fall (and maybe rise) they closed all their stores and just announced they are having an online store.
  • 10
    Caldor
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Caldor was a very large retailer until the late 90’s when it went bankrupt. Would like to see a rise and fall video.
  • 10
    Bandai Namco
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know. Since most people see Bandai and think either Toys or Video Games but they have many other companies under them as well.
  • 10
    TNT fireworks vs Phantom fireworks
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    July is coming soon and its known for its famous tradition here in America, 4th of July, AKA independence day.
  • 10
    BP (Oil Company)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's history and the oil spill in 2010 sounds interesting to me
  • 10
    How Did NEW ERA Get So Big?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    NEW ERA is mostly known as a baseball cap company and are the signature hat of Major League Baseball. It was also, founded in 1920.
  • 10
    Nekter Juice Bar
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Nekter Juice Bar is expanding like crazy. They were founded in 2010 and already have 140 locations, and 88 were opened since 2016 alone.
  • 10
    Sprouts Farmers Market
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    Not exactly the size of Kroegers but they're expanding and exist all over the southern part of the country and the pacific coast. They just opened a WA location and they exist in both California and T... Read more...
  • 10
    Haribo
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Curious about the beginnings of the company there products are good
  • 10
    The Golden Corral
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Our Family and I Just Ate There Last Night and we could Praising the Heck out of it. And we went to know what there Food So Darn Good, and of course the History of that Place
  • 10
    Sam's Club
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Store closures and changes
  • 10
    Rise and fall and rise again of Minecraft
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Minecraft was bought out by Microsoft and then people stopped playing it. Now everyone is playing it again, even Pewdiepie.
  • 10
    The Decline of Disney Store
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Disney closed down multiple Disney Store locations. There are also only a couple of Disney Store locations that are still open in the state that I live in.
  • 10
    Video Game Arcades
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Arcades were a staple of my youth. Its interesting how video games are more popular than any time in history but the arcades have disappeared. Were starting to see a comeback of retro arcades, but is ... Read more...
  • 10
    The Disney Channel
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It began in the eighties as a public network mostly comprised of Walt Disney related programming mixed with family programming. By the turn of the millennium it had become strictly a kids network due ... Read more...
  • 10
    Papa Murphy's Pizza - Why They're Successful
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This pizza chain has grown in a way that differs from just about every other pizza chain. The most obvious reason is because of their "Take N' Bake" slogan. which is where you buy a pizza from them an... Read more...
  • 10
    Chili’s
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They’re pretty much everywhere and everyone has been to one for some reason or another. I think it’s a fascinating chain and place to go no matter what the circumstance. It’s not that good but it’s al... Read more...
  • 10
    Ace Hardware
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You hardly hear about them these days.
  • 10
    Sports Authority: What Happened?!
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    Sports Authority was a fairly large department store chain who's business, as their name implies, was entirely centered around sports. More specifically, they focussed on selling sports gear. They wer... Read more...
  • 10
    The Decline of Pinterest
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    I wouldn't say this site has had a major decline, but unlike before, it's not the first thing that comes to mind when we think of social media. We'd probably say something like Facebook, Youtube, Inst... Read more...
  • 10
    EA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I want to know how EA got so big
  • 10
    Viacom/CBS Merger
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    In the 1950s, CBS started Viacom as their syndicated television company. In the seventies they speaking its own separate company, which then bought its former parent company in the late 90s. The mid-2... Read more...
  • 10
    Bass Pro Shops
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big
  • 10
    Scholastic vs Penguin Random House
    10 months agoOpen For Voting
    They are two of the biggest publishing companies. Publishing is in decline so it would be interesting to see what these companies are doing to stay afloat.
  • 10
    Monster Jam
    9 months agoOpen For Voting
    Rise and Fall
  • 10
    Hertz Global Holdings
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    They just filed for bankruptcy. https://www.businessinsider.com/hertz-filing-for-bankruptcy-as-early-as-this-weekend-report-2020-5?amp
  • 9
    Canadian Tire Corporation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Almost 100 year of being top retailer in Canada. Just acquired huge brands in various markets, ex Helly Hansen. Wondering how they're succeeding To stay in business despite Amazon taking over
  • 9
    Woolworth's Australia
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It bugs me when you said woolworth's died out when it's really popular in Australia (and apparently other countries)
  • 9
    JustBorn Candy
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They own a bunch of iconic candy brands--notably Mike & Ikes and Hot Tamales--but it's a privately held company and I don't know much about them.
  • 9
    BJS vs Costco
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I would like to see the main differences between these 2 popular famous warehouses. What makes one so good?
  • 9
    Dish Network
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise and decline and possible transition to a true 5G/wireless company. DISH has always been the underdog in the satellite TV industry.
  • 9
    How the video game market has been been changed due to loot boxes/mircotransactions
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This topic is a great idea, there's so much around the topic. Laws are being discussed and public backlash is immense (Star Wars battlefront 2 is a great example). Maybe see how much the industry made... Read more...
  • 9
    Music Stores (CDs, Vinyl)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A staple of anyones life as kid older than 35. Back in the music days, people used to line up at midnight for new releases
  • 9
    Scion
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Short lived sub brand of Toyota meant to get the youth interested in the Toyota brand which was more "boring" at the time
  • 9
    Fender
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How has this company been able to stay as the most popular guitar brand for so many years?
  • 9
    NFL
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You did a video including this before but I would like to see an in-depth video on it.
  • 9
    P.E.T.A.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    (Rise and Fall) I believe there should be a video about the “rise” and “fall” of P.E.T.A. as an organization due to controversy and the lack of initiative when it comes to saving the thing the organiz... Read more...
  • 9
    VF Corporation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think VF Corporation should deserve a video because they own so many companies almost everybody knows-Vans, Jansport, The North Face, Nautica, Colombia, etc. I just want to learn about how VF aquire... Read more...
  • 9
    Doritos
    8 months agoOpen For Voting
    Would be cool to focus on some bigger specific brands
  • 9
    American Motors Corporation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I’d love to see a rise and fall and learn about the history of the company 🙂
  • 9
    Gucci
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How they make so much money and there strategy to beat out other retailers
  • 9
    Firehouse Subs.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's a small sub shop franchise popular mainly in the American South. Each shop has a mural of Firefighters and other first respondents but with details of the city it's in. All murals are so far pain... Read more...
  • 9
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It would be great to know the rise, fall, & rise again of the TMNT franchise from 1984 to today.
  • 9
    Isuzu Motors
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Isuzu Motors was born out of imperial Japan, and experienced a miraculous rise out of war and onto the international stage. It would be fun to hear a full synopsis of their past.
  • 9
    Life touch
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are the people who take school pictures I want to know why they do it for all the schools
  • 9
    Tv show Franchises
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Do a video on “Idol” and “Wheel of Fortune” their international impact and why their US counterparts were the most successful!
  • 9
    Mentos
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Their history in Poland/Netherlands, the classic Diet Coke + Mentos trick, and the candy exploration!
  • 9
    Tiger Electronics
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The company founded in 1978 was a major competitor in making video game handhelds and has an interesting history of producing electronics.
  • 9
    Frosted Flakes
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Less an idea for a company more for the brand! I specifically want to know your thoughts on the flavors they've released, Like Frosted Flakes Gold which is my favorite (RIP)
  • 9
    Bradlees Department Stores
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bradlees was a chain of discount department stores, which operated primarily in the northeastern United States. The chain went bankrupt in 2000 and all of its stores were closed by March 15, 2001. I h... Read more...
  • 9
    DoorDash
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Company has had tremendous growth these recent years. A video on the rise of the company by Company Man would be amazing.
  • 9
    Regal cinemas
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Regal is a huge movie theater chain all around the world. You probably live by or in a 25 mile radius of regal cinemas and often see movies there they also have a long history
  • 9
    Frontier Communications
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did frontier become a monopoly for internet in certain areas the US and why are they so hated
  • 9
    FIFA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It is such a big organisation which brings in billions of dollars from each World Cup and many other events
  • 9
    American Football League
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The original rival for the NFL, bringing football to several new markets and doubling the amount of teams.
  • 9
    AB InBev
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They recently acquired SAB Miller and are the largest beer brewer in the world, but I doubt many people know how many beer brands they actually own. The original brewery supposedly dates from the 14th... Read more...
  • 9
    Moose Toy Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The makers of popular toys for kids in this generation.
  • 9
    DC
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Rise and fall.....and maybe rise again of dc comics/movies
  • 9
    Hastings Entertainment
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Although regional, Hastings Entertainment had a great deal of success in their heyday, and even weathered the decline of video rental due to the diversity of their offerings; however they could not su... Read more...
  • 9
    DoorDash Vs Uber Eats Vs Postmates Vs GrubHub
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I would love to see this from both the driver point of view and the customer point of view.
  • 9
    Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    With the Advent of "full service" movie theaters where patrons can not only enjoy a full bar but full meal table service, I thought it would be interesting to talk about some of the pioneers in this s... Read more...
  • 9
    Foxxcon
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The maker of all gadgets all major companies from Amazon to Google to Sony it manufacturers for all of them
  • 9
    Kinkos
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Kinkos started in a garage, then became huge, then became Fedex kinkos, now is called Fedex office
  • 9
    dot.com bubble and bust
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Cover all the events leading up to the greatest tech crash in history.
  • 9
    xerox
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    how they let apple get hold of the Gui
  • 9
    Sephora
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Maybe Ulta vs. Sephora
  • 9
    Sheetz
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The rise
  • 9
    Men's Warehouse
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The founder was ousted from his own company and from what I have understood. He started the business selling suits out of his car trunk.
  • 9
    Gold's Gym
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Loved your video on Planet Fitness. Now it's time to do papa.
  • 9
    Fall of Japanese electronics (Sony, sharp, Panasonic, etc)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Almost everything was made by these power houses back then. Their like todays, Samsung and apple but now their almost nothing compared to what they use to be, in fact sharp I think is getting a bail f... Read more...
  • 9
    Ultraviolet
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    In the late 2000’s Ultraviolet was the way of the future. A partnership between several major motion picture studios and the way to bring your physical library into the digital age. Now… They’re out o... Read more...
  • 9
    McCormick
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Nowadays, it is almost impossible to get through a weekly trip to the supermarket without buying something from McCormick. Many people think of cinnamon and vanilla extract when they hear the name McC... Read more...
  • 9
    WCW/ Jim Crockett Promotions
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    WCW/ Jim Crockett Promotions was for many years a competitor to the WWE. They were flying high at one point, flying private jets, expensive meals and campaign. They then hit financial troubles are wer... Read more...
  • 9
    Dr. Oetker
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    German company that I thought just made frozen pizzas
  • 9
    Shoney's/Big Boy
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It would be interesting to see the rise of Big Boy and later Shoney's and fall of both. Shoney's also operated a series of motels as well that are no longer in existence.
  • 9
    Bucce-ee’s
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    One of these were recently opened as the first one out of Texas located in South Alabama. I would like to see how this original idea became and how it is so successful
  • 9
    Pringles
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    History of Pringles potato chips
  • 9
    Vat 19
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Innovating the market with neat items that most of the time are useful! Love to see Something different and Obscure like this on your Channel!
  • 9
    Kmart USA vs Kmart AUS
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    I want to see how Kmart became a failure and a success in these countries, and the differences between them
  • 9
    Energizer Holdings Inc.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    a lot more than just Energizer batteries bigger than you know
  • 9
    History Channel
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    Rise and Fall of or the history of the channel.
  • 9
    The fall of Google Play Music
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Google is slowly fading out Google Play Music for their YouTube Music platform. A look into why Google Play never got as big as other services and how YouTube Music could exist in the streaming world ... Read more...
  • 9
    Illumanation Animation
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Interested to see how they keep making loads of money (Despicable Me is the highest grossing animated franchise of all time!) despite making films that are pretty mediocre.
  • 9
    Justice
    2 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    They went bankrupt this year and I don’t think they will come back, and there some of girls fav stores
  • 9
    Tamagotchi/Virtual Pets Fad
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I remember a lot of vpet toys during my childhood in the late 90s/early 2000s and I'm curious on how big it got and how long it lasted. I think it would be a great topic especially now that a new mode... Read more...
  • 9
    Studebaker
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They were founded in 1852 as a wagon company and lasted for over a century. They were considered the American automobile in their day, hence the reference in We Didn't Start the Fire.
  • 9
    WCW
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Ive been a fan up to its purchase and it was really sad seeing them bought out by the WWF.Pretty interesting story
  • 9
    The decline of Tumblr
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    Tumblr has been going down lately for multiple reasons (toxic userbase, bad moderation, staff ignoring legit problems, etc.). It would be pretty cool to see a video of its decline!
  • 9
    Tamagotchi
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They were a major fad for awhile and can even be considered the basis for Digimon and Pokemon, then after being a huge craze for years they vanished.
  • 9
    Dixon Ticonderoga
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How have they come to be the one most well-known pencil company in the world?
  • 9
    Major League Soccer (MLS)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    it's interesting to follow how the league came about as a result of the 1994 FIFA World Cup and how much it's grown in the 25 years since, especially during this decade.
  • 9
    Crest vs. Colgate
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    In the dental hygiene section, this is primarily our choice, but how did it come to be? How do they each try to compete against the other?
  • 9
    Leapfrog
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I remember their ads as a child and I remember them being played constantly. Now they just disappeared into obscurity.
  • 9
    LG vs Samsung
    9 months agoOpen For Voting
    2 massive Korean conglomerates that both sell and make the same stuff, from TVs to refrigerators, from washers and dryers to phones. Both of these companies step on the others more often then not sin... Read more...
  • 9
    Tinder (Other Dating Apps)
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    Discuss the rise in popularity of online dating apps such as Tinder/Bumble and others. How the company was created and also, the analytics that goes behind building the website and its algorithms.
  • 9
    Mitsubishi Motors
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    Once they were at the forefront of Japanese car innovation, now living in the shadow of its former self, Mitsubishi Motors is right now the joke of the Japanese car market, in North America at least.
  • 9
    Fox News: How it started
    4 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    This company has a crazy origin story, literally created as a propaganda machine. It would be fascinating to explore this and how it has affected our current state of the union.
  • 9
    NordVPN
    10 months agoOpen For Voting
    I’m curious about how it was started, how it works, and why it has all the advertising revenue to be sponsoring so many different YouTube channels.
  • 9
    Dean foods
    9 months agoOpen For Voting
    I know it just came out in the news, but seeing a video on how the no. 1 milk company is now filing for bankruptcy really sounds interesting to me.
  • 9
    AC Moore
    8 months agoOpen For Voting
    After 34 years 34 AC Moore, a huge craft chain is closing. The banner across the website says they are no longer taking orders past 11/25/2019. I started doing crafts just the time they opened. I thou... Read more...
  • 9
    WarnerMedia-Bigger than you know
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    Water is a huge Brandon owns many subsidiaries in the entertainment industry and is owned by AT&T which makes it a perfect video for bigger than you know
  • 9
    Wetzel Pretzel vs Auntie Anne's
    7 months agoOpen For Voting
    they are big pretzels Mall competitor
  • 9
    Time magazine
    7 months agoOpen For Voting
    It’s a company that’s been in existence for 97 years and has been party to some of the largest and most dramatic corporate mergers, acquisitions, and spin offs in recent decades. AOL time Warner -&... Read more...
  • 9
    Barq's
    7 months agoOpen For Voting
    While technically a coke product, Barq's has a really fascinating history. Between being one of the first two major root beer brands to break into the market, the first one to use sassafras, beating "... Read more...
  • 9
    Huggies vs pampers
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    They have always been the top two well known diaper brands. I would like to see the similarities and differences
  • 9
    Best Western
    7 months agoOpen For Voting
    How they went from a low-end "value segment" hotel chain to owning a bunch of different types of properties, including some high-end hotels.
  • 9
    Delta Airlines - Rise, Fall, Rise Agaian
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    Delta was a great airline until it had CEO problems with Ronald Allen around the turn of the century. The airline tanked, but with the help of it's new CEO, Richard Anderson, they grey back to their f... Read more...
  • 9
    Quibi
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    A MULTI-million dollar effort with big names attached such as Disney, Quibi has failed in creating its own unique steaming service. We are only a few months in of the app's launch, and actual subscrib... Read more...
  • 9
    Betty crocker
    6 months agoOpen For Voting
    They seems to be an old company
  • 9
    How did Miku Hatsune/vocaloid become so popular?
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    I find it odd Youtube suggests videos for me at 2 am made by possibly glorified synthesizers? What is it? Who actually makes the songs? Who owns the rights? Where did they come from?
  • 9
    ARAMCO/EMAAR/DAMAC/EMIRATES/ AND MORE
    3 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    I love your videos! But as an arabic viewer, i would love to see you cover some companies that are based in the Middle East/GCC. There are multiple multi-billion dollar companie over here which would ... Read more...
  • 9
    College Board - Why they’re hated
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    Recent controversies over AP exams and how the college board competes with ACT to get student s to take their test instead. Talk about the “Non Profit” scam that is the college board. 100 Million in ... Read more...
  • 9
    The QVC
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    Yes, but the TV channel. Idk what is really is, or what kind of video you would even make on them. I feel as if many don’t know much about them.
  • 8
    Hastings Book Stores
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A few years ago, Hastings Book Store, went out of business and I never knew why? It can't be because of Wal-Mart because Wal-Mart doesn't sell what Hastings used to sell.
  • 8
    Alliance of American Football
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
  • 8
    Merlin Entertainments - How did they get so big?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Merlin Entertainments is the owner of famous midway attractions such as Madame Tussuads, Sealife and The Dungeons. They are also the 2nd largest theme park operators in the world only 2nd to Disney. T... Read more...
  • 8
    FUNimation vs Crunchyroll
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Okay, this is probably a "nerdier" topic to cover, as these are two of the biggest American anime distributors. FUNimation is definitely older and more respected, but Crunchyroll is garnered so much a... Read more...
  • 8
    Kings Dominion
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It is a large amusement park and could be great for a summer video due to higher traffic during those months.
  • 8
    Gimbels Rise and Fall
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I have always wondered how this giant 80’s chain store had gone out of business. Great videos
  • 8
    Tetra Pak
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I'm curious to see more information than a brand name on a packet of orange juice.
  • 8
    Arena Football
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Niche sports are always fun!
  • 8
    Ron Jon Surf Shop
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Why is this company so popular even with less than 20 stores in the U.S.
  • 8
    Nick hotel
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It has a lot of cool history
  • 8
    Harry Potter
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    All the merchendice and revenue from films and how it's not died down when it's had so long to. Maybe a bigger than you know because if you look at hp merch there are millions of items.
  • 8
    Round1
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They've been a successful arcade company in Japan for definitely over a decade now. In 2014, they opened a arcade in California and they've been very successful over in the US. If would be fun to look... Read more...
  • 8
    My Buddy
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    since Mike did an episode on Cabbage Patch dolls a while back he should do one on the My Buddy doll that was popular in the 80's
  • 8
    MCI
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You should really think abut doing a video on the old telecom Co. MCI. Mostly to show it's growth and evolution after surviving the phone wars of the early 90's. I was surprised when I found out how v... Read more...
  • 8
    Cutco
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Their shady business practices that target desperate high school and college students have been put under multiple lawsuits. There are allegations that the company is a pyramid scheme that has been on... Read more...
  • 8
    K’NEX
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The children’s building toy. The history of K’NEX and the evolution of the toy to include micro K’NEX and blocks. There was a whole subculture on the internet from 2006 onward who build everything fro... Read more...
  • 8
    Save ALot Grocery store
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The story behind this grocery store would be interesting
  • 8
    Budweiser
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did this beer company get so big
  • 8
    WrestleMania
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This topic is worthy because WrestlMania evolve from going from arenas to NFL stadiums. The event evolved from being on closed circuit to pay per view to streaming.
  • 8
    Dodge
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 8
    Arrow Dynamics
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This is a defunct roller coaster manufacturer, who’s presents are known world wide. They were easily the largest amusement manufacturer at one time and now they’re nothing. Almost every single park in... Read more...
  • 8
    Capcom
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A gaming company that crosses over American and Japanese audiences alike. A company with broad reach in the video game industry.
  • 8
    Walden Books & B Dalton Books
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    what happened to the mall book stores and how did they play into the current state of book selling
  • 8
    Home Depot
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    To learn about how the company came about.
  • 8
    Premier League
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It has a global audience of over billion. Probably the biggest sports league outside the USA
  • 8
    Bethesda
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How it was promising at the begining but now there hated
  • 8
    Companies behind Area 51
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The mystique of Area 51, and the companies behind it such as the airlines, security, etc. There have been other vloggers however they are more on the gotcha side of reporting. Just be respectful when ... Read more...
  • 8
    COMPUSA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Once a great seller of Computers and TVs, electronics. What went wrong?
  • 8
    Masterlock
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Many high schools and middle schools use this brand of lock.
  • 8
    Blackberry/Research In Motion
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The Decline Of series, or even Rise and Fall and Rise Again, as they're slightly coming back.
  • 8
    Caseys
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I look forward to my travels to the Midwest to try their pizzas. I watched them grow when I lived there and now they're a destination for me as I go around the country. (maybe you have done this, a... Read more...
  • 8
    Dr. Bronner's
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did they get so big?
  • 8
    Fanta (product)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I've always wondered how Fanta grew to be the way it is nowadays, considering it initally began during the second world war. How did it come to be, and how did it get so big?
  • 8
    Lucky Charms Marshmallows
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Lucky Charms has had inane amount of changes to it's brand, and that mostly manifests in the Marshmallows, so I was wondering if those changes actually helped or hurt the sales of the cereal.
  • 8
    Michelin (Tires and Stars)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I found out recently that the famous "Michelin Star" rating for restaurants is actually the same company as the tires! It's such a strange connection in totally different industries, but looking deepe... Read more...
  • 8
    DC Comics
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I'd like to know about this history of DC Comics.
  • 8
    Schwinn Bicycle Company, rise and fall
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Very significant US company, survives today on name recognition.
  • 8
    The Rise and Fall of Konami
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    A history of Konami and how they have gotten so unpopular in the video game industry lately.
  • 8
    Lego Bionicle
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    it was supposedly helped Lego come out of bankruptcy by being they first official Intellectual Property after the Star Wars License proved popular but required royalties. it was designed to be a Po... Read more...
  • 8
    Wish.com
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I got something on that site that was listed as free; I only had to pay shipping. Why??
  • 8
    Star Wars
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I’d love to know the backstory of how Star Wars became a hit franchise. I want to know how popular it is now.
  • 8
    NBC Universal
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    NBC purchases Harry Potter.
  • 8
    Arena Football Leauge
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The decline
  • 8
    Ghirardelli Chocolate Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You've done a few other chocolate/candy company's and they were all very good. Ghirardelli has been around a long time, I'm curious to see your take on this company.
  • 8
    CarMax
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They were created out of circuit city several years before it died and have grown to become a huge company. They have had issues with recalls and overall quality and satisfaction yet people still loya... Read more...
  • 8
    Burger Chef
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They used to be a major player in fast food from the '50s -'70s, they even created the "kids meal" (and I think the flame-broiler). And yes, it would be nostalgia for me!
  • 8
    Quaker Oats
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    To see the weird history
  • 8
    WWE vs. AEW
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    All Elite Wrestling has just secured a TV deal with TNT and is gaining traction as a company. WWE may be in great danger since many of it's viewers are tired of it's current product
  • 8
    Zayre
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Always wondered what the real story was with this one. Definitely worth looking into as a supplement to K-Mart, Sears, etc rise and fall videos.
  • 8
    Tootsie Roll Industries
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    Independent company with some interesting brands Charleston Chew, Blow Pop, Andes, Jr. Mints, Dubble Bubble, Dots, Charms. I'm surprised it hasn't been acquired. Has done well on stock market, still p... Read more...
  • 8
    Microsoft (Xbox) v Sony (PS4)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    JSU would be cool if you did merits of both companies and stuff. Really like your videos btw.
  • 8
    TSR (Dungeons & Dragons)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Dungeons & Dragons is a billion dollar a year hobby. Given it’s remarkable transition from nerd culture into mainstream popularity, and how it was the gaming industry leader, how did TSR fail?
  • 8
    Spirit airlines
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It should have it own video to show its destnations and the low rates and why every thing is so chep and battle a gents other airlines
  • 8
    History of mojang
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    because mingcraft
  • 8
    Ferrero
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you think.
  • 8
    The east india trading company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They had their own army
  • 8
    College Board/ACT
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    These are two of the biggest players in standardized testing nationally (and maybe even internationally). It would be interesting to see how they got their start and the different aspects of their bus... Read more...
  • 8
    Aldi and Trader Joes - Why Two Different Names?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Kinda Shocking that Aldi and Trader Joes are the same.
  • 8
    Funcoland
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Funcoland back in 90s and early 2000s was a big video game chain store. Its now Gamestop now. Im very curious in why they was phase out and replaced with Gamestop chain stores. This wasn't only game s... Read more...
  • 8
    Newmans Own
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They donate all profits to charity but have tons of different products and are in literally every grocery store
  • 8
    24 Hour Fitness
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It used to be wonderful and clean and friendly. Now it's the absolute worst. What happened? I dare you to go on yelp and find good reviews.
  • 8
    Konami
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I think a lot of us would love to see you start taking on video game companies. Why not start with Konami who used to be one of the most celebrated companies and is now one of the most hated.
  • 8
    HQ Trivia
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    Similar to Moviepass by giving a model that was based off of giving off money, and has been been dragging through the mud for a few months, and could potentially be ending this month, on September 30t... Read more...
  • 8
    AutoZone vs O'Rileys
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Interested to see the two biggest names in the automotive part sales
  • 8
    xiaomi
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    china's Apple imitator and has now grown to become one of the largest electronics and IoT maker in China
  • 8
    Melissa and Doug -Why there succsesful
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    They went to a home video company to puppets! This would be a great idea!
  • 8
    Gmail vs Yahoo Mail vs Outlook
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Some of the biggest mail services compared to each other.
  • 8
    Knex
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They were very big from their introduction in the '90s and even into the early parts of the 2000s, but they seem to have been declining since then and doing smaller things. What happened?
  • 8
    Lionsgate
    3 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    A Film Studio like MGM that isn’t considered to be in the main six. You may know them for distributing DVDs or they’re older movies
  • 8
    Laserdisc
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It would be interesting to see the rise and fall of laserdisc in the video wars.
  • 8
    Studio Ghibli
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It has enhanced the viewing of anime movies as a form of art thanks in part to Disney on helping with the distribution of their films.
  • 8
    TGI Fridays
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It’s massive in the UK and seen as a special dining experience for birthdays, etc. But in the US they’re not as luxurious.
  • 8
    Ames, Bradlees, and Caldor.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    For those who don't know, these were three discount department store chains that operated in the northeastern part of the United States; especially New England. In addition to sharing similarities bet... Read more...
  • 8
    Kenner
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    This is referring to the toy company. They had a sudden explosion then as the years went on droped of the map. What happend?
  • 8
    TWA (Trans-World Airlines)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Kinda shows almost the same ways that Pan Am met its demise in the 90s.
  • 8
    Tractor supply
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It's a growing retailer and has continued to see growth during a time that many retailers have not (2009-present)
  • 8
    Unity
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    it's a game engine that a lot of Indies (lone game developers) use and some big studies
  • 8
    Curves
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They seemed to pop up everywhere in the early 2000s then seemed to disappear just as quick
  • 8
    royal philips electronics n.v
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    electronics company of the Netherlands
  • 8
    Lone Star steakhouse
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They used to be real huge, now they only have 2 locations, I wonder what went wrong
  • 8
    Mazda
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Mazda has made massive progress and changes since parting ways with Ford a few years ago. This Japanese automaker is very small but continues to remain competitive even against brands like Toyota. Now... Read more...
  • 8
    T-Mobile and Sprint merger
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
  • 8
    Image Comics
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Image itself is one company comprised of a bunch of little companies and therefore has a lot of possibilities for a video. Image's impact in the 90s with Spawn alone cannot be denied.
  • 8
    Sky zone
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They have had unbelievable expansion in the last couple of years.for example from 2011 to 2018 they have gone from 14 locations to 149 , in America alone! There are trendy and popular among kids and a... Read more...
  • 8
    Lamborghini
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Starting as a tractor company that competed with Ferrari needs a rise and fall and rise again as it's always been one of the fastest and most iconic sports cars, but seemed to always struggle to stay ... Read more...
  • 8
    Cheesecake Factory
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They have one of the biggest menus I’ve ever seen, as well as one of the biggest spaces. And yet it’s always full and crowded. How does Cheesecake Factory manage such a big menu and did they start off... Read more...
  • 8
    American broadcasting company(abc)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Because of the future of it and how Disney will handle it
  • 8
    Sport Chalet
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    The decline of Sport Chalet, once a popular sports store I used to go to when I was younger
  • 8
    Giant Supermarkets
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Just realized that there are two different supermarkets, both named Giant, with two different logos, different beginnings, but they're owned by the same Netherlands-based company. One is referred to a... Read more...
  • 8
    Fitbit
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How big are they?
  • 8
    Adobe Flash
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Adobe Flash is shutting down.
  • 8
    Albertsons vs. Kroger
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Both grocrey store companies basically operate on the same model where they own a bunch of different grocery store brand names but basically run them the same. Albertsons is doing significantly worse ... Read more...
  • 8
    How Did Nexstar Broadcasting get Big
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/more-legislators-join-call-for-nexstar-at-t-resolution They own the most TV Stations in the USA and now they are in a contract dispute with AT&T.
  • 8
    Powerade VS Gatorade
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    Which one sells more, who was created first, etc.
  • 8
    ADT (Home Security)
    10 months agoOpen For Voting
    Do you know what ADT stands for? American District Telegraph. I was reading about the history of this company after I saw it was founded in 1874! How does a computer age security company have roots so... Read more...
  • 8
    Zippo
    10 months agoOpen For Voting
    They are an historic American brand with a great history involving WWII. They also had an interesting rivalry with IMCO. Nowadays they are struggling just a little as fewer people smoke and most use B... Read more...
  • 8
    Thomas and Friends and Shining Time Station why two names
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    Thomas and Friends and Shining Time Station why two names
  • 8
    Amiibo/toys to life fad
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
  • 8
    Ace Hardware
    8 months agoOpen For Voting
    My wife & I have noticed that maybe they are trying to start a "budget friendly" "destination shop" experience... if that's even the right way to say it? Locally, we've had an Ace open that has Ha... Read more...
  • 8
    Imax
    8 months agoOpen For Voting
    IMAX is an extremely popular movie theater company that through the years has always shown movies in great quality and sold yummy (but overpriced) food and drinks to enjoy while watching a film.
  • 8
    sodastream
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    the rise and fall and rise again , but in the end failed.
  • 8
    "Around the World In 80 Companies" Special Series
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    Most companies and products covered on the channel are American, with there only being an occasional Japanese or British company. Maybe starting a new "Around the World" series to go around the world ... Read more...
  • 8
    Life Magazine
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    “Life Magazine” drove American culture for decades and then just disappeared. Long before the decline of the rest of the magazine industry, that suffered due to the internet and the recession. Apparen... Read more...
  • 8
    Why they’re successful- TikTok
    3 months agoOpen For Voting
    It’s one of the most popular & active social media apps of all time and is growing insanely quickly, I want to know why this is.
  • 8
    Kirkland
    2 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    Kirkland: bigger then you know (Costco brand)
  • 8
    VSCO - How did they get so big?
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    VSCO is very popular. It isn’t rivaling Instagram or facebook but rather building onto them. I would love to hear a video about how VSCO came to be and why they’re successful.
  • 8
    Autism Speaks: Why They’re Hated
    3 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    Although Autism Speaks is a 501 (c)(3) organization, it has had corporate ties ever since its’ founding in 2005 by former NBC/Universal CEO Bob Wright & his late wife Susan. Former board directors... Read more...
  • 8
    Goya Foods
    2 months agoOpen For Voting
    Bigger than you know!
  • 8
    Reckitt Benckiser Group
    4 months agoOpen For Voting
    Massive British 200 year old conglomerate that produce cleaning and other “personal products”
  • 8
    Company Man Merch
    3 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    You should make merch with your logo on a t - shirt because that would be so cool.
  • 8
    Sour Patch Kids
    1 month agoOpen For Voting
    I think this is worthy of a video because of how big they are becoming now. They have candy, ice cream, cereal, and I think there making Sour Patch Kids cream cheese soon.
  • 8
    Garmin
    2 weeks agoOpen For Voting
    The rise and fall and rise again of Garmin sounds interesting to me. I know very little but I know that there's interesting stuff related to their start in aviation software and then moving to GPSes i... Read more...
  • 7
    Captain D’s
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did it gain so much popularity?
  • 7
    Hwawei(Bigger than you know) (In China it’s big)
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    If you live in America you most likely never heard of this company, but in china it’s on of the bigg3st companies there.
  • 7
    Royal Crown
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Rise and fall of a soda brand that started over 100 years ago.
  • 7
    Casper bedding company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are just destroying the bed industry.They are just getting started.Before the started selling beds no one else was doing it.Investors told them they did not believe that in would be successful. ... Read more...
  • 7
    CAT constitution
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    These guys are pretty big be nice to know how they got there.
  • 7
    Car rental companies
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How they got so big and how few big companies own so many rental brands.
  • 7
    Gold Medal Products Co.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The American company Gold Medal is behind most of the snacks and confections served at fairs, carnivals, theme parks, and tourist destinations. I would love to hear about their history and market domi... Read more...
  • 7
    Sanrio
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Power of merchandising
  • 7
    The Boston Beer Company
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    From craft start up to one of the biggest craft beer breweries in the states to buying other breweries
  • 7
    H-E-B
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Large grocery store based in Texas. Ranked No. 15 on Forbes' 2014 list of "America's Largest Private Companies." Also ranked the 20th largest retailer in the US by revenue.
  • 7
    The rise of Philip Morris/Marlboro
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Considering cigarettes are products that are likely to be the causee of a smokers death, why and how have Philip Morris and Marlboro gotten so big? and stayed that way
  • 7
    Facebook, bigger than you know
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    I think it's obvious
  • 7
    Taco Johns
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How is the taco place surviving in a Taco Bell, Del Taco and Taco Truck era
  • 7
    Barbie
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    A giant company with very interesting history 🙂
  • 7
    Qdoba Vs. Chipotle
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You should do a video on the difference between the brands, the prices, quality and the individual aspects such as how they compare sales wise. You should also try to show how they compare throughout ... Read more...
  • 7
    H&M - Why they're successful
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Clothing manufacturer/distributor that is thriving in the retail market. Shopping malls/brick-and-mortar clothing stores are on a decline yet this store maintains a favorable public view.
  • 7
    Tim Hortons Vs Dunkin Donuts
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    they're so much alike but so different at the same time
  • 7
    Marijuana industry in U.S. or in a specific state.
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    It could be useful for helping to educate people on marijuana (whether medical or recreational). It would also be interesting to see how much revenue not only the companies get, but also the states as... Read more...
  • 7
    Boar's Head
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    How did this brand take over delis the whole nation over? It's available all over the place.
  • 7
    Grubhub
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    I would like to know why are they so successful
  • 7
    Discount Tire/America's Tire
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    The story of how Discount Tire started is a classic American success story. The company began with just six tires and a $400 loan nearly sixty years ago. Now it's one of the largest tire stores in the... Read more...
  • 7
    CGI.com
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    One of the US governments largest contractors For IT services and consulting.
  • 7
    Cinemark vs AMC vs Regal
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    They are all very known theaters.
  • 7
    CuisinArt
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Once upon a time, their name was synonymous with "blender". Now, they make pretty much everything kitchen appliance-related. What's their story?
  • 7
    Uncrustables
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Uncrustables were the subject of some fairly extensive intellectual property litigation where they debated whether the idea of the Uncrustable was patentable.
  • 7
    Theranos Scandal
    7 months agoOpen For Voting
    I'd like to see if any other scandals or incidents happened; other than the infamous Enron or even the lesser-but-widely-known Bernie Madoff scam. Other than those two another scandal is likely to be ... Read more...
  • 7
    Are mascotcs actually effective?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Do mascots help boost a products sales or is it just a weird advertising tradition?
  • 7
    Coca Cola - how did they get so big?
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    Coca Cola I saw the 6th most valuable brand in the world according To forbes, which is unusual for a company’s focused on food and drink, and i want to know how they managed that, the marketing stratg... Read more...
  • 7
    National Geographic
    11 months agoOpen For Voting
    Its old, interesting, and not talked about often for how big it is I really know next to nothing about it and would be interested in learning more about it!
  • 7
    Gaint Eagle Bigger than You Know
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Giant eagle supermarkets would be interesting as they first started in Pittsburgh PA and now growing to over 5 states and 450+ stores. How did they go from one area two over 5 states wide and they bro... Read more...
  • 7
    SkullCandy
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    the history of this interesting company with their audio products
  • 7
    Decline of WNBA
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    WNBA is 70% owned by NBA. It has been losing money since its inception. Collective Bargaining Agreement is up for renegotiation soon
  • 7
    Dunkin Donuts and Mister Donut
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    The story starts with two brothers and a restaurant, then they parted ways and created their own brands, now they are owned by the same company, but, wherever there are Dunkin Donuts there are no Mist... Read more...
  • 7
    Uber: Bigger Than You Know
    12 months agoOpen For Voting
    Uber has a lolt of subsidiary companies. Can we see a video on it?
  • 7
    Pepboys vs Advance Auto Parts
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    They are two big auto parts stores and people in the US like to fix their own cars.
  • 7
    How big is Reliance ?
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Reliance is one of the largest Company in India. they operate telecom industry - Jio(offers the cheapest 4G data in the globe), Mobile, Oils, etc
  • 7
    pizza hut Vs Dominos
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    You should make a video comparing these companies and how they both are trying to be the superior pizza brand
  • 7
    Polo Ralph Lauren
    1 year agoOpen For Voting
    Known as old man brand. 13% of current costs are in marketing towards Gen Z.