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Amazon.com strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover virtually anything they want to buy online. By giving customers more of what they want - low prices, vast selection, and convenience - Amazon.com continues to grow and evolve as a world-class e-commerce platform. Founded by Jeff Bezos, the Amazon.com website started in 1995 as a place to buy books because of the unique customer experience the Web could offer book lovers. Bezos believed that only the Internet could offer customers the convenience of browsing a selection of millions of book titles in a single sitting. During the first 30 days of business, Amazon.com fulfilled orders for customers in 50 states and 45 countries - all shipped from his Seattle-area garage. Amazon's evolution from Web site to e-commerce partner to development platform is driven by the spirit of innovation that is part of the company's DNA. The world's brightest technology minds come to Amazon.com to research and develop technology that improves the lives of shoppers, sellers and developers around the world.
 
Brand Motion, LLC. offers factory-like integration solutions for rapidly evolving consumer devices. Consumers expect to be able to buy and install good-looking integration solutions for their personal devices in their current vehicles. Traditional OEM suppliers and technology providers need to look to new channels and new customers for growth. Three Key Audiences for Brand Motion, LLC are Companies who wish to offer innovative new device connectivity solutions to their market, Companies who wish to market device connectivity products directly to consumers, Consumers who are looking for better integration solutions than are typically available from the aftermarket.
 
Costco Wholesale Corporation operates an international chain of membership warehouses, mainly under the "Costco Wholesale" name, that carry quality, brand name merchandise at substantially lower prices than are typically found at conventional wholesale or retail sources. The warehouses are designed to help small-to-medium-sized businesses reduce costs in purchasing for resale and for everyday business use. Individuals may also purchase for their personal needs.
 
Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2004, Crutchfield Corporation is the nation's largest direct integrated marketer (catalog, call center, and Internet) of consumer electronics products. It offers a convenient, full-service shopping destination to buyers of car and home audio/video products. Crutchfield is noted for its product expertise, which is intended to help consumers make informed buying decisions, and for providing a superior level of customer service and lifetime technical support. Crutchfield was the first vendor-authorized audio/video retailer on the Internet, launching its website (www.crutchfield.com) in the summer of 1995.
 
Office Depot, Inc., founded in 1986, sells more office products to more customers in more countries than anyone else. Our distribution channels include stores, direct mail, contract delivery, the Internet and business-to-business electronic commerce. Viking Office Products, our wholly owned subsidiary, currently operates one of the industry's leading direct mail marketers of office products worldwide.
 
RadioShack (formerly Tandy) is sticking with the shack. Through more than 5,100 company-owned and nearly 2,000 franchised RadioShack stores, the company is one of the leading US electronics retailers. The stores sell audio and video equipment, wireless and conventional telephones, computers, toys, batteries, and accessories. The chain has been adding "store-within-a-store" units featuring products such as computers (Compaq and HP), wireless products and services (Sprint and Verizon), and satellite radio and television services (DISH Network, Sirius).
 
The SafeKey System is a unique ignition key immobilizer that prevents a vehicle engine from starting if the driver is unfit to drive safely. It is fully independent of other driver analysis methods – breath or otherwise. It analyzes the only thing that counts: how quickly a driver can react to a stimulus – braking, swerving, and the like. SafeKey™ Corporation was created by a group of professionals interested in finding ways to reduce the number of impaired drivers traveling the nation’s roads. With this in mind, SafeKey focused on creating a device that moved beyond a chemical analysis to one that measured a person’s reaction time to random and ever-changing stimulus; similar to what’s required to safely operate a vehicle. For more information visit www.safekeycorporation.com.
 
The #2 US warehouse club chain (behind Costco). A division of Wal-Mart Stores, SAM'S CLUB accounts for nearly 15% of Wal-Mart's sales. SAM'S CLUB runs nearly 540 "no frills" stores in 48 US states, plus another 75 or so stores in Brazil, Canada, China, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. The chain's 46 million-plus members -- many of them small-business owners -- pay an annual fee to shop there. The stores offer more than 4,000 discounted items, including bulk office supplies and foods, electronic goods, jewelry, clothes, insurance and travel services, and Member's Mark store-brand products.
 
Sears, Roebuck and Co. is a broadline retailer with significant service and credit businesses. In 2002, the company's revenue was more than $41 billion. The company offers its wide range of apparel, home and automotive products and services to families in the U.S. through Sears stores nationwide, including approximately 870 full-line stores. Sears also offers a variety of merchandise and services through its Web sites, sears.com and landsend.com, and a variety of specialty catalogs.
 
Sprint and Nextel have come together to form the most complete communications company in the world. By combining capabilities, the new Sprint will be able to provide more choice and flexibility to both individuals and businesses. From now on questions will be answered with a resounding "yes you can." And the new Sprint has the innovative technology and the power to do it.
 
Target stores are at the center of Target Corporation's retail empire. Formerly Dayton Hudson, Target Corporation operates about 1,550 stores in three formats: Target, a discount chain with more than 1,200 stores, including giant SuperTarget stores; 266 Mervyn's midrange department stores, found mainly in the west and south; and Marshall Field's upscale department stores in the upper Midwest. Target and its cousins, including SuperTarget and Target Greatland, account for nearly 85% of Target Corporation's sales and have carved out a niche by offering more upscale, fashion-forward merchandise than rivals Wal-Mart and Kmart. Target Corporation also owns apparel supplier The Associated Merchandising Corp.
 
The company Sam built has become the world's number one retailer. Diversification into grocery (Wal-Mart Supercenters and Neighborhood Markets), international operations and membership warehouse clubs (SAM'S CLUBS), has created greater opportunities for growth. But unlike some corporations whose financial growth does not translate into more jobs, Wal-Mart's phenomenal growth has been an engine for making jobs.