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Many companies are now using stylized case for their names. When writing formal documents, how should these names be written? Assuming that the case they've chosen should be honored, how should they be treated at the beginning of a sentence?

marked as duplicate by choster, Community Aug 31 '15 at 14:12

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I think we just have to accept it.


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The problem would come if the name was all in lower case. Perhaps italics would be necessary.

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