The year that Google went public, initially offering 19,605,052 shares at $85 a pop. Alphabet (Google’s parent co.) shares are now worth well beyond $1,000.
Facebook was founded, initially limited only to Harvard students. MySpace still had 5 million users.
Needless to say, a lot has changed.
But have you ever wondered how certain industry topics have fared over the years (according to Google, at least)?
Learn more about our industry and expertise by reading articles that interest you on our blog.
With this blog, we’re kicking off a new series of blogs centered around “10 Questions For…”! Be on the lookout for more blogs asking Trial Runners’ employees fun, interesting, and career-related questions! We’re blessed with a diverse, smart, and fun group of in-house experts, so no two blogs will be quite alike.
November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month! This month, founded in 1998, aims to draw awareness to both diabetic eye disease and diabetes.
But, what exactly is diabetic eye disease?