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comment Why does a company's name spelled like a name, even if it's spelled differently in its logo?
A E, please add some cases on companies whose name is Capitalized in their articles of incorporation, like NVIDIA or FedEx
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comment Why does a company's name spelled like a name, even if it's spelled differently in its logo?
Companies don't usually change their logo often, there is no reason for new articles to have new capitalization if it changes in the logo. No body calls IBM Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation anymore and KFC is no longer referred to as Kentucky Fried Chicken. There isn't a reason that capitalization of names can't change as companies change their logos and style.
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comment Why does a company's name spelled like a name, even if it's spelled differently in its logo?
The question is not about special characters, or graphic elements, only about capitalization style. I've changed the counter examples to better reflect this.
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comment Why does a company's name spelled like a name, even if it's spelled differently in its logo?
@Robusto, I don't ask why companies chose to stylize their logo in a certain way, but why when writing the name of the company different capitalization is used. If the answer is "the company chooses how to capitalize its name, and they chose to write it in text in a different way than the logo" put it as an answer, If there is a law that says that company names are written like normal names regardless of their logo, or any other answer, put it. Also, this doesn't apply to non verbal logos or non alphabetic elements in the logo, like the swoosh, or the artists formerly known as Prince.
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