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For those of you who were born on September 4th, your star sign is Virgo.
Find out all about September 4 with these major facts and events that happened in years gone by, including advances in technology, business and more.
Did you know that on this day in 2018, Amazon became the second company in the world to be worth over $1 trillion? Apple had crossed the trillion-dollar threshold just five weeks before.
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A 400-year-old shipwreck was discovered just 15 miles off the coast of Portugal.
Among the debris, pieces of Chinese porcelain, bronze cannon, and even peppercorns were found. It is thought the vessel was a trade ship between Europe and Asia.
Amazon became the second company in the world to be worth over $1 trillion.
This came just five short weeks after Apple was the first company to reach the same value.
Mother Teresa was declared a saint by Pope Francis during a ceremony at the Vatican.
International TV game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” was shown for the first time in the UK starring Chris Tennant.
It wasn't long before the US caught on to the game and they released their own version on ABC on August 16, 1999.
On this day Larry Page and Sergey Brin created Google as a private company in California. The first initial public offering wasn't until much later on August 19, 2004.
American fantasy television series “Xena: Warrior Princess” aired for the first time on NBC in the US.
Beatrix Potter wrote her first story of Peter Rabbit for her 5-year-old son, Noel Moore.
Inventor George Eastman patented camera shutters and trademarked the name “Kodak.”
The first cafeteria in the US opened in New York City.
The first power plant in the US, “Pearl Street Station,” in Manhattan, New York started generating electricity.