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|This company started with the sale of 50 of Steve Wozniak's computers from a Cupertino, CA garage in 1976.||Apple||97%|
|Jeff Bezos started this company as an online bookstore from his Bellevue, Washington garage in 1994.||Amazon||92.5%|
|This company started in 1923 when Walt and Roy moved into uncle Robert's Los Angeles garage.||Disney||90.5%|
|William and his friend Arthur started this motorcycle business in a 10x15' shed in Milwaukee, WI in 1901.||Harley Davidson||89.5%|
|Mark Zuckerberg founded this king of social networking sites from his Harvard dorm room in 2004.||Facebook||89%|
|Larry Page and Sergey Brin started this search engine in 1998 in Susan Wojcicki's Menlo Park, CA garage.||Google||86.5%|
|Pierre Omidyar wrote the code for this website in his Silicon Valley home in 1995 and then immediately used it to sell a broken laser pointer.||eBay||76.6%|
|Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman started their swooshy Blue Ribbon Sports company from the trunk of Knight's Plymouth Valiant in Eugene, OR in 1964.||Nike||74%|
|Craig Newmark didn't have a garage so he started this online classifieds business in his San Francisco home in 1995.||Craigslist||71.5%||
|Michael didn't have a house, so he started this computer company in his Austin, Texas dorm room in 1984.||Dell||71.2%|
|Bill and Dave founded this company- now known for computers and printers- with the sale of eight oscillators to Walt Disney from their Palo Alto, CA garage in 1939.||Hewlett-Packard||67%|
|Harold Matson and Elliot Handler started a framing business in a California garage in 1945. They made doll houses from scraps and that turned into the world's largest toy company.||Mattel||61.5%|
|James, a UK engineer, wasn't very happy with how badly his home cleaning device sucked, so he started this company in his Wiltshire garage.||Dyson||59.9%|
|This electric car business, named for an electricity pioneer and most connected with Elon Musk, started in the Palo Alto garage of CTO JB Straubel in 2003.||Tesla Motors||55.5%|
|Michael Kittredge melted candles in his South Hadley, MA garage in 1969 to start what is now the largest scented candle company in the U.S.||Yankee Candle Company||54.4%|
|John Mackey and Rene Lawson got kicked out of their apartment for using its storage facility to house the stock for this 1978 natural food start-up in Austin, TX.||Whole Foods||45.3%|
|Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman started this car company in a stable behind the Railway Hotel in London in 1948, His initials can still be seen in the logo.||Lotus||9.5%|
|Tony Maglica was a recent Croatian immigrant when he started this precision parts business in a Los Angeles garage in 1955. How illuminating!||Maglite||6.4%|
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