brand and a trademark
Nokia sells its assets to Gazprom, BWM is declared bankrupt, Sony and Samsung leave the electronics market to the delight of Belarusian and Chinese manufacturers, Coca-Cola gets rid of its assets producing carbonated drinks, Microsoft in a hurry sells its IT business cheaply and invests in agriculture, in due to the lack of demand, Marlboro cigarettes are no longer produced.
It may seem that intercepting brands is as much nonsense as other worlds in other dimensions. One could argue that there is copyright, a large number of laws aimed at protecting property, trademarks, etc. Continue reading