I'm thinking about naming my company (financial services) with a name which ends with "Land". E.g. if I was selling books it would be bookland or aqualand if I sold bottled water. My friend says it ...
Obviously, you can't use the same name as another BIG, recognizable company. And you also want to avoid trademark issues. But what about these two scenarios: You finally find a domain name and app ...
For example, say I develop a piece of software that helps eBay users. Can I call this software 'Ebayer Helper' (note 'ebayer' not 'ebay') or are there potential legal repercussions?
We are trying to come with some names for our new startup, and wondering if a multiword name is better than a single word names? The startup is going to be focusing on food/cooking. Some of the ...
A lot of technology companies, especially non-consumer facing, have a multi-part name. The first part can be almost anything... The last word, or suffix, is a more formulaic noun, common choices ...
abcTech.com is already taken and I'm thinking about registering abcTek.com. Sites like de.lic.io.us (I don't even know where to put the dots) still succeeded despite their horrible names (or maybe ...