The consumer electronics powerhouse remains committed to portmanteaus, puns, creative miss-spellings and has a habit of using verbs as nouns.
It's common practice in the trademark world to never, never, never use your trademarked name as a verb or a noun. If you do this, you'll be committing genericide, because your brand name will surely lose its distinctiveness and pret... Read Post
Verbs, nouns, and … market bubbles? From some new work: Fewer Verbs and Nouns in Financial Reporting Could Predict Stock Market Bubble, Study Shows ScienceDaily (July 19, 2011) — When the language used by financial analysts and repo... Read Post