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I'm normally pretty confident with my punctuation, but this one has been stumping me, and it's probably because I don't know the proper phrasing for what I'm trying to ask:
How to we add a possessive apostrophe to a proper noun when that noun is a plural word?
I.e., I'm working with a company named WeBuyAssets. Assets is clearly a plural, but "WeBuyAssets" is the proper name of a singular entity. Would the correct possessive here be:
WeBuyAssets's CEO (my best guess)
WeBuyAssets' CEO (looks more likely to be used).
Thanks for your help!