We’ve all been there – you are starting a new company and need a name for it. Or you need new company name because your old company name simply does not reflect what you do now.
Some 18 per cent of employees are unable to name their company's website when quizzed, a new study has found.
As Jimmy Coulbourne puts it, it's like a singer taking down his own fan club.
When Google launched Gmail in Germany in 2005, it was quickly barred from using the Gmail name for its email product there.
I need domain name, but all the good ones are already taken. Now what?
Jonathan Cohen is trying to prove that trademarks have a sound.
When Robert Hughes decided it was time to get his business on the Web, he figured the domain name ought to simply reflect the name of his business: HughesWoodService.com.
While Kim Dotcom and his team are preparing their defense in the criminal cause against the US, the domain name Megaupload.net was just auctioned on SEDO.
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