Tesla Motors is facing a copyright lawsuit from Chinese businessman Zhan Baosheng over the trademark of the automaker's name, according to Bloomberg. Tesla Motors had copyright issues with Baosheng before, when he trademarked the Tesla name in 2006, three years after Tesla Motors formed in the US.
Foreign companies look to be pulling out of oil exploration in Cuba, and Havana Club rum is fighting to retain its name in US markets, writes a guest blogger.
Radio personality Herman Cain takes the stage to address the Conservative Political Action conference (CPAC) in Washington, on Feb. 11. Mr. Cain is the former chairman and CEO of Godfather Pizza and hails from Atlanta. He briefly ran for President in 2000, and ran for Senate in 2004. In September, Cain won a surprise victory in a Republican presidential straw poll in Florida, beating rival Rick Perry.
Mark Wahlberg and his brothers are in the process of opening a hamburger restaurant in their hometown in Massachusetts named Wahlburgers.
Apple iBooks infringes on a decade-old trademark, alleges a New York publisher. Now iBooks joins the list of Apple naming feuds.
Yankees logo: The iconic symbol that combines a top hat and baseball bat is the subject of a lawsuit in New York. A Yonkers woman says her uncle designed this particular Yankees logo and should be paid for it.