There is a painting on the wall of the main conference room in my law office. It comes from the cover of the October 1939 edition of Fortune magazine, and was painted by Antonio Petruccelli. The painting is square. Within…
Picking a company name is both a science and an art form for several reasons. Before you even contact a lawyer to help set up your company legal structure, I strongly suggest using a Google or other extensive online search, for the word, word combination, and meta tag names you are interested in using for your company name. I also strongly recommend doing at least your own trademark search to make sure another company has not registered a similar name in the same category of business. The United States Patent and Trademark Office has quite a bit of good information on trademarks, which are important to protect your name and to help ensure the name you choose does not infringe on one already registered by someone else.
Tips on steps and strategies for managing a transition in your business.
Some companies may be creating the seeds of their own destruction, while engaged in an effort to improve efficiency and their own bottom line. The bottom line, however, could be terminating their customer base, and in turn, themselves.
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