On this day in history, Chrysler Corporation merges with Dodge Brothers in 1928; in 1987, CompuServe releases new GIF file format, and in 2014, Apple buys Beats Electronics for $3 billion.
On this day in history, in 1937 the Golden Gate Bridge opens; "The Arsenio Hall Show" broadcast its final show in 1994, and in 2014 Google unveils a self-driving car.
The last day of Model T production occurred in 1927 and the 1st legal casino on the east coast opened in Atlantic City in 1978.
On this day in history, Namco's "Pac-Man" game was shown to the public in 1980, in 1992 Johnny Carson's last "Tonight Show" airs on NBC and in 2012, Yahoo sells its Alibaba stake for $7.1 billion.
On this day in history, in 1881, the American Red Cross is founded, in 1927, Charles Lindberg completes the first solo flight across the Atlantic and in 1980,"The Empire Strikes Back" is released.
On this day in history, in 1916, the Saturday Evening Post features Norman Rockwell's painting; Amelia Earhart becomes the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1932, and in 1993, the final episode of "Cheers" airs on NBC.
On this day in history, in 1993 the Dow closes at 3,500 for the first time; in 1999, "Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace" makes $28 million in its opening weekend, and WorldCom agrees to pay investors $500 million for accounting scandal in 2003.
On this day in history, in 1804 Napoleon Bonaparte was proclaimed emperor of France; in 1951, the United Nations moves it headquarters to New York City, and in 1998, the U.S. government and several states file an antitrust case against Microsoft.
On this day in history, in 1951, AT&T becomes the first corporation to have one million stockholders, in 1990, Van Gogh's "Portrait of Doctor Gachet" sold for $82.5 million, and Apple announces plans to operate a chain of retail stores in 2001.
On this day in history, in 1985 the first McDonald's becomes a fast food business museum, the final episode of "Seinfeld" airs in 1998, and in 2007, Daimler Chrysler sells most of Chrysler for $7.4 billion.
On this day in history, Velcro's trademark is registered in 1958, in 2003, a new $20 bill get a makeover, and in 2005, Malcolm Glazer completes takeover of Manchester United for $1.4 billion.
On this day in history, the world's first programmable computer is unveiled in 1941, in 1970, Ernie Banks hits his 500th home run, and in 2008, a first class stamp increases to 42 cents.
On this day in history, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences was founded in 1927; in 1997 IBM's Deep Blue computer beats world chess champion Garry Kasparov, and in 1998 a French mint produces the first batch of euro coins.
On this day in history, the United States Post Office was established in 1794; Paramount Pictures was formed in 1914, and in 1961 the Mets was chosen as the name for New York's new baseball franchise.
On this day in history, in 1984 a $180 million settlement was reached in an Agent Orange lawsuit, Daimler buys Chrysler for nearly $40 billion in 1998, and the Dow closes above 15,000 for the first time in 2013.
On this day in history, Steve Jobs introduces the original iMac in 1998; the final episode of "Friends" airs in 2004, and Wal-Mart overtakes ExxonMobil as the largest company by revenue in 2013.
On this day in history, Firestone begins regular production of balloon tires in 1923; in 1995 the last basketball game was played at the original Boston Garden, and in 2013 test-firing begins for the world's first plastic gun.
On this day in history, Belmont Park opens in 1905; the Federal Reserve raises the discount rate to 14% in 1981, and Pablo Picasso's "Nude Green Leaves and Bust" sold for $106.5 million in 2010.
On this day in history, the Empire State Building was dedicated in 1931; Disney-MGM Studios opens in 1989, and in 2011, President Obama announces the killing of Osama Bin Laden.
On this day in history, in 1964 the FCC rules all TVs be equipped with both VHF and UHF signals, the World Wide Web was made public domain in 1993, and in 1998, Delta and United announce an alliance.
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