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The I of the storm: iPhones, iPains, and iProblems

Placing the lower case "i" next to a word as a way to create an icon is silly, and even though short-term fame and glory may be possible, the chances of creating a long-lasting, global iconic mark is very doubtful. What really makes an icon is the exclusive longevity of its unique name, and for that reason you have examples of Rolex......

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IP games

Regardless, and at any cost, those corporations actively engaged in playing competitive war games in the marketplace, and in advancing their flotillas of name-brand ships, must have these new name identities of their advancing brands under the cover of solid intellectual property and a well-planned strategy. In a time where a few dollars of......

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Global icons like Sony, Rolex, or PlayStation are 100 percent owned, and all over the world there is absolutely no confusion about this whatsoever. Therefore without iron-clad ownership of the name identity, the o......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Naseem Javed 01/16/07


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