Volkswagen means ‘People’s car’ in German. The history of the company is tied with Adolf Hitler. Before the rise of Hitler, the German economy was in a very bad shape; as a result people couldn’t afford to buy cars. In 1933, Hitler raised the idea of an inexpensive car in the Auto show.
Consultancy firm Interbrand has released its latest listing of the world’s most valuable global brands, and Apple, Google, Microsoft, and IBM have landed at the top of the chart for at least the fifth consecutive year.