Facebook, while not three dimensional, belongs on the list. They could have been another boring Friendster, but through careful iteration, Facebook has turned itself from social networking flavor of the month into an unstoppable (for now) juggernaut. I can't even imagine the value of the data they own as a result.
Also, totally agree on Ford. The Fusion, current Mustang, F Series Sport, Fiesta - all strong, world class stuff - Taurus is a bit odd, but still bold for what it is. Even sleepy old Lincoln is starting to show signs of life as they gradually transition the product line from the geriatric to something that at least shows the influence of some of the killer deco/lux/Sentinel concepts of the past decade.
I'm going to add Amazon to the mix. The Kindle plus amazon.com (basically their iTunes), makes for a great device/service pairing and steps things up, plus the Amazon site is always getting stronger and stronger.
Seems like Levi's woke up again recently. Always liked the 501 and 517, but they've made a strong effort to appeal to more fashion conscious customers by offering more high end product, such as selvage, a vast array of contemporary washes, and reissuing classic versions of their signature products.
Surprisingly, Wal Mart has made more of an effort to make its stores feel less like the soul sucking pits of despair they used to be. More approachable logos, slightly wider aisles, more attention to how merch is on the shelf, the use of wood in their grocery aisles...not perfect but a vast improvement in retail experience (in newer stores anyway).