2Web Technologies 2Web Technologies was a New York City based software company which was acquired by Google in mid-2005 as the base technology behind the spreadsheets application in Google Docs.
A. Contini & Son A. Contini & Son was a fine art plaster mold casting firm founded by Italian American Attilio Contini and his son Cesare.
Abiel Abbot Low Abiel Abbot Low (February 7, 1811 – January 7, 1893) was an American entrepreneur, businessman, trader and philanthropist who gained most of his fortune from the China trade, importing teas, por...
Alaska-Gastineau Mining Company The Alaska-Gastineau Mining Co. had its offices in 25 Broad St., New York City, New York, USA. It was the operating company for the Alaska Gold Mines Co. in Alaska, USA. It worked the Alaska-Ga...
Aldon Music Aldon Music was a New York-based music publishing company, founded by Don Kirshner and Al Nevins in 1958.
Altmann & Kühne Altmann & Kühne is a confiserie and chocolaterie in Vienna, Austria, established in 1928.
Anthony J. DePace Anthony J. DePace (1892–1977) was an American architect who designed numerous Roman Catholic churches throughout the Northeastern United States area during the mid to late 20th century.
B. Altman and Company B. Altman and Company was an American department store and chain, founded in 1865 in New York City, New York, by Benjamin Altman.
Bacterol Products Company Bacterol Products Company was a Manhattan business which was incorporated during the Great Depression, in February 1930.
Behr Brothers Piano Company Behr Brothers was a New York based piano company founded in 1880 and hailed as a major contributor to the piano industry of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.
Bell System The Bell System was the system of companies, led by the Bell Telephone Company and subsequently by AT&T, which provided telephone services to much of the United States and Canada from 1877 to 19...
Bellcamp Stores Bellcamp Stores operated a store chain which sold Kaufmann's hats in forty-one stores in sixteen states in the 1930s.
Ben Cooper, Inc. Ben Cooper, Inc. was a privately held American corporation which primarily manufactured Halloween costumes from the late 1930s to the late 1980s.
Bertelsmann Music Group Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG) was a division of Bertelsmann before its completion of sale of the majority of its assets to Japan's Sony Corporation of America on October 1, 2008.
Blaze Records Blaze Records was a record label founded by former Atlantic Records president Herb Abramson.
Bond Clothing Stores Bond Clothing Stores, Bond Clothes, Bond Clothiers, or Bond Stores, was a men's clothing manufacturing company and retailer.
Bontal Restaurant Corporation Bontal Restaurant Corporation was a Manhattan (New York) based company which operated under the name Club New Yorker.
Book League of America The Book League of America, Inc. was a US book publisher and mail order book sales club established in 1930, a few years after the Book of the Month Club.
Bowne & Co. Bowne & Co., Inc. (NYSE:BNE) was an American company originating in 1775 by Robert Bowne.
Braden Copper Company Braden Copper Company was an American company that controlled the El Teniente copper mine in Chile until 1967 when its copper holdings were nationalized.
Broadstreet's Broadstreet's was a clothing business located at 576 - 578 Fifth Avenue (Manhattan).
Bullseye Art Bullseye Art was a New York City based art collective that pioneered art and animation on the web.
Byron Gallery The Byron Gallery was an art gallery founded in 1961 by Charles Byron and was located on Madison Avenue, New York, New York in the United States.
Castle Films Castle Films was a home-movie distributor founded in California by former newsreel cameraman Eugene W. Castle (1897–1960) in 1924.
CBS/Fox Video CBS/Fox Video was a home video company formed and established in 1982, as a merger between 20th Century Fox Video, formerly Magnetic Video Corporation, and CBS Video Enterprises which sold film ...
Charles Pratt and Company Charles Pratt and Company was an oil company that was formed in Brooklyn, New York, in the United States by Charles Pratt and Henry H. Rogers in 1867.
Chas. H. Hansen Music Corp. Chas. H. Hansen Music Corp. was an influential American music publisher founded by Charles Henry Hansen (1913–1995) in 1952 and incorporated in New York.
Chase Aircraft The Chase Aircraft Company, founded in 1943, was an aircraft manufacturer of the United States of America, primarily constructing gliders and military transport aircraft.
Chevrolet-Saturn of Harlem Chevrolet-Saturn of Harlem, Inc. was a car dealership in the East Harlem neighborhood in New York City.
Clickradio Clickradio was an internet startup whose flagship product was a radio program that sought to deliver uninterrupted and high quality music.
Combustion Engineering Combustion Engineering (C-E) was a multi-national American-based engineering firm and a leader in the development of both fossil and nuclear steam supply power systems in the United States with ...
Composers Recordings, Inc. Composers Recordings, Inc. (CRI) was an American record label dedicated to the recording of contemporary classical music by American composers.
Continental Type Founders Association Continental Type Founders Association was founded by Melbert Brinckerhoff Cary Jr. in 1925 to distribute foundry type imported from European foundries.
Crane-Simplex Crane-Simplex was a car manufacturer, operating in New York City and New Brunswick, New Jersey at the beginning of the 20th century.
Creative Playthings Creative Playthings was an educational toy store and catalogue that was established by Frank and Theresa Caplan in 1945.
Cupples & Leon Cupples & Leon was an American publishing company founded in 1902 by Victor I. Cupples and Arthur T. Leon.
Daniel Reeves Stores Daniel Reeves Stores was a grocery store chain which numbered 297 units in the New York City area in 1922.
Davega Stores Davega Stores was a consumer durables, appliance, sporting goods, and apparel chain which operated 27 stores in the metropolitan New York City area in 1954.
David D. Doniger & Company David D. Doniger & Company was a manufacturer of branded sportswear in the United States founded in 1921.
DDL Foodshow DDL Food Show was an Italian specialty foods store with the three locations, two in New York City and one in Beverly Hills in Los Angeles.
Dean Witter Reynolds Dean Witter Reynolds was an American stock brokerage and securities firm catering to retail clients.
Detmer Woolen Company The Detmer Woolen Company was founded in 1885 in New York City by Julian Francis Detmer.
Dorb the Chemist, Inc. Dorb the Chemist, Inc. was a pharmaceutical chain which was based in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan, New York.
Drexel Burnham Lambert Drexel Burnham Lambert was a major Wall Street investment banking firm, which first rose to prominence and then was forced into bankruptcy in February 1990 by its involvement in illegal activiti...
Du Barry Modes Du Barry Modes was a Brooklyn, New York apparel company which was incorporated in June 1932.
E.W. Holbrook & Company E. W. Holbrook & Company was a New York City dry goods firm which became bankrupt in July 1883.
EMeta eMeta Corporation was a company that provided access control, subscription management and ecommerce solutions for media, entertainment and software companies.
Esquire Shoe Polish Esquire Shoe Polish of Williamsburg by the company Knomark was the best selling shoe polish brand in America from the 1940s to 1960's.
Ess Bee Dress Company Ess Bee Dress Company was a Great Depression era business which was incorporated in December 1931.
Fair Waist and Dress Company Fair Waist and Dress Company was an early 20th-century women's apparel establishment, founded in 1909, located at 1372 - 1378 Broadway (Manhattan).
Ferndale Dairies Ferndale Dairies was a dairy products business located at 11 West 42nd Street in Manhattan (New York).
Fifth Avenue Bus Company The Fifth Avenue Bus Company was one of a few double-decker bus manufacturers outside of Europe.
First Boston First Boston Corporation was a New York-based, bulge bracket, investment bank, founded in 1932 and acquired by Credit Suisse in 1990.
GoodTimes Entertainment GoodTimes Entertainment, Ltd. was a home video company that originated in 1984 under the name of GoodTimes Home Video.
Gotham Book Mart The Gotham Book Mart was a famous midtown Manhattan bookstore and cultural landmark that operated from 1920 to 2007.
Greenmal Holding Corporation Greenmal Holding Corporation was a financial and real estate business started by Henry Greenberg and David Malzman in New York City, in the 1920s.
GT Interactive Software GT Interactive Software Corporation (Good Times or GTI) was an American video game publisher and distributor, which later developed both video games and PC...
H.B. Claflin & Company H.B. Claflin & Company was a Manhattan (New York) based dry goods business which was incorporated in 1890.
Haffen Brewing Company Haffen Brewery, later J&M Haffen Brewing Company, and incorporaterd as Haffen Brewing Company in 1900, operated in Bronx, New York from 1856 until 1917.
Hall Signal Company The Hall Signal Company was an American manufacturer of railway signaling equipment in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Harvey Comics Harvey Comics (also known as Harvey World Famous Comics, Harvey Publications, Harvey Comics Entertainment, Harvey Hits, Harvey Illustrated Humor, and Harvey Pict...
Henry E. Sharp Henry E. Sharp was a nineteenth-century American stained glass maker active with William Steele from c.1850 to c.1897.
Hi Tech Expressions Hi Tech Expressions was an American video game publisher and developer headquartered in Lower Manhattan, New York City.
Howland & Aspinwall Howland & Aspinwall was a merchant firm based in New York City in the 1830s and 1840s.
J. Chein & Company J. Chein & Company was an American toy manufacturer in business from 1903 through the 1980s.
J.B. Greenhut & Company J.B. Greenhut & Company was a Manhattan (New York) business which operated two department stores.
Jno. Williams, Inc. Jno. Williams, Inc., prominent American foundry, located in New York City, was established in 1875, incorporated in 1905 and dissolved in 1956.
John Stephenson Company The John Stephenson Car Company was an American manufacturer of carriages, horsecars, cable cars, and streetcars, based in New York City.
Juro Juro Novelty Company, 18 East 18th St., New York City, NY, was a toy company headed by Sam Jupiter, and later by jis daughter Vivian.
Kaos Studios Kaos Studios was an American video game developer based in New York City, New York.
MRU Holdings MRU Holdings, Inc. was a New York-based financial services company that specialized in higher education financing products.
Munch Sweets, Incorporated Munch Sweets, Incorporated was a company which operated in (Manhattan (New York) beginning in January 1932.
MyRichUncle MyRichUncle was a service mark of the defunct MRU Holdings, a former NASDAQ listed company that became the fourth-largest provider of private student loans in the U.S. in 2007.
New York Air New York Air was a 1980s startup airline owned by Texas Air Corporation and based at Hangar 5 at LaGuardia Airport in Flushing, Queens, New York City.
Oblivion Records Oblivion Records was an American independent record label that focused on under recorded blues and jazz musicians.
R. Hoe & Company R. Hoe & Company was a New York City based printing press manufacturer established by Peter Smith, Matthew Smith (?–1822), and their brother-in-law, English emigrant Robert Hoe (1784–1833), in 1...
R.H. Hooper & Company R.H. Hooper & Cooper & Company was the name used by two stock traders, Joseph C. Monier and Clifford M. Story, before they were suspended from the New York Cotton Exchange on June 18, 1930.
Richelieu Inc. Richelieu Inc. was a cultured pearl manufacturer in New York City which formed in January 1933.
Rogers & Wells Rogers & Wells was a New-York based international law firm founded in 1873.
Satra Satra Corporation was a New York-based international trading and metal processing company.
Seatrain Lines Seatrain Lines was a shipping company most responsible for the introduction of the standard international intermodal container, most commonly high by 8 feet wide by long.
Segal Lock and Hardware Company The Segal Lock and Hardware Company of Manhattan, New York was a leading manufacturer of hardware merchandise and razor blades in the 1920s and 1930s.
Shayne's Emporium Shayne's Emporium was the largest retail fur establishment in the United States when it opened on October 3, 1893.
Siegel Stores Corporation Siegel Stores Corporation was a holding company based in Manhattan (New York) and Boston, Massachusetts.
Sofro Restaurant Corporation The Sofro Restaurant Corporation was a 1930s Manhattan (New York) business, which had offices at 51 Chambers Street (Manhattan).
Sony BMG Sony BMG Music Entertainment was a recorded music company, which was a 50–50 joint venture between the Sony Corporation of America and Bertelsmann AG. The venture’s successor, the again-active S...
Standard Gas Light Company Standard Gas Light Company was a New York City public utility which had its primary office at 173 Broadway (Manhattan), in 1890.
Sun Ray Photo Company Sun Ray Photo Company was a 1940s business which was located on Lafayette Street The firm specialized in manufacturing low priced photographic enlargers.
Thebaud Brothers Thebaud Brothers a noted New York commission house from c1792 until its collapse in 1907.
Trans World Airlines Trans World Airlines (TWA) was an American airline from 1925 until bought out by and merged with American Airlines in 2001.
US Helicopter US Helicopter was an independent air shuttle service that operated regularly scheduled helicopter flights from Manhattan to Newark and JFK airports.
Viceroy Dress Company Viceroy Dress Company was a Manhattan, New York-based women's apparel business located at 1457 Broadway (Manhattan).
Vogart Crafts Corporation Vogart Crafts Corporation was a United States corporation in business from about 1930 until around 1990, when its parent corporation, Pioneer Systems, Inc., caused it to file for bankruptcy unde...
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, Inc. Watterson, Berlin & Snyder, Inc. was, during the 1920s, one of the largest music publishers of popular sheet music in the country.
Watterson, Berlin & Snyder, Inc. Watterson, Berlin & Snyder, Inc. was, during the 1920s, one of the largest music publishers of popular sheet music in the country.
Weber & Heilbroner Weber & Heilbroner was a Lower Manhattan men's clothing company of the 20th century.
Wittnauer Wittnauer was a watch and timepiece company, founded in 1885 by Swiss immigrant Albert Wittnauer, that is now a brand of the Bulova company.
Young Broadcasting New Young Broadcasting Holding Co, Inc. is an owner of 14 television stations in 11 United States media markets.