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List of companies named after people

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List of companies named after people

This is a list of companies named after people. For other lists of eponyms (names derived from people) see Lists of etymologies. All of these are named after founders, co-founders and partners of companies, unless otherwise stated.

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  • J 11
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  • M 14
  • N 15
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  • P 17
  • Q 18
  • R 19
  • S 20
  • T 21
  • U 22
  • V 23
  • W 24
  • X 25
  • Y 26
  • Z 27
  • See also 28
  • References 29

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  • Ukrop's – Joseph Ukrop
  • Umbro – Harold and Wallace Humphreys (HUMphrey BROthers)

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References

  1. ^ Kwanon name
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