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Selling patent
[June 13, 2012 – 07:04 am]
Selling patent

The following is excerpted from a May 2, 2011 article by Josh Long published at vision2mobile: Bankrupt Nortel Networks Limited has moved closer to selling its vast portfolio of patents and patent applications. The company announced on Monday that Canadian and U.S. courts have approved a “stalking horse" asset sale agreement with a Google subsidiary, Ranger Inc., for a purchase price of $900 million. The orders from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice also establish bidding procedures for an auction that allows…

Explanation of organizational intellectual property
[September 5, 2012 – 01:54 pm]
Explanation of organizational intellectual property

New proposals for a text put forward today at the World Intellectual Property Organization copyright committee show the state of the global debate over limitations and exceptions to copyright for education and research. Related Articles: WIPO SCCR Constructs Library Exceptions Topics For Discussion WIPO Sees Progress On Broadcaster Rights, Library Exceptions; Treaty For Blind Readers Slips “Marathon” WIPO Copyright Session Opens With Hopes, Treaty Prospects

Trade Mark acquitions
[December 16, 2012 – 12:36 pm]
Trade Mark acquitions

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 18, 2012 Brand infringements and other trade identity threats are increasing at an alarming rate in todays Internet and celebrity-driven society, according to the authors of a new book that offers strategies for protecting and enhancing those brands. Jonathan S. Jennings and J. Michael Monahan, in their new book, Trademarks and Unfair Competition: Critical Issues in the Law, focus on the most important issues facing businesses and individuals in preventing their hard-won brands from being preyed upon through infringement or unfair practices. We wanted…

Non-physical assets valuation
[December 25, 2011 – 09:08 am]
Non-physical assets valuation

This week, I read this passage in the Economist: This in turn sparked huge and occasionally destabilising flows of cross-border capital and a massive burst of credit creation. Total credit in the American economy passed $1 trillion in 1964; by 2007, it had exceeded $50 trillion. This debt explosion showed up not in consumer prices but in asset prices, notably in property. The cycle was self-reinforcing: banks lent money to people to buy property, causing prices to rise, making banks more willing to lend, and so on. It got me to thinking.  To understand the modern economy, you…

Corporate resources valuation
[May 8, 2011 – 10:18 am]
Corporate resources valuation

HDFC Group has become India’s second biggest corporate house after Tatas in terms of private sector stock market valuation, pushing energy-to-retail conglomerate Reliance Industries group to the third position.   The financial services giant HDFC Group now commands a total market value of Rs 2.41 trillion – the second highest among all the private sector corporate houses after salt-to- software conglomerate Tatas’ Rs 4.42 trillion.   In comparison, the market value of Reliance Industries group currently stands at about Rs 2.36 trillion.   The valuation of these groups have been…

Organizational resources acquitions
[July 16, 2012 – 01:18 pm]
Organizational resources acquitions

Dr. John Psarouthakis is a Distinguished Visiting Fellow-Professor, Institute of Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Founder and former CEO, JPIndusries, Inc., a Fortune 500 industrial corporation. He is the Executive Editor of FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND THE DYNAMIC SYSTEM MODEL OF MANAGEMENT (see also, in this journal,  articles: Dynamic Management of Growing Firms-Parts 1 through 4) Profit is a yardstick of how well the entire system functions.  When the system runs efficiently, money, time, and other resources are left over; the firm makes…

Selling organizational learning
[August 27, 2012 – 09:09 am]
Selling organizational learning

Unlearning the 5th Discipline: Strength, Politics and Control in Companies By Devi Akella Reaction Books, New Delhi, gold dealers melbourne 2003 Unlearning the 5th Discipline: Strength, Politics and Control in Companies Pages 273, . Documented in an easy story style the book endeavours to make a new stand point on work environs and the type of correlation which could exist amongst recruiters and staffs in learning companies. This book, based on the author s doctoral dissertation, presents prosperous and qualitative informations assembled from quite a few Indian companies and…

Organisational capital valuation
[September 28, 2010 – 03:03 pm]
Organisational capital valuation

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Copyright evaluation
[November 26, 2009 – 10:37 am]
Copyright evaluation

Circular on Strengthen IPR Protection of the 26th World University Summer Games of Shenzhen IPO, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Public Security and other six authorities jointly issued a Circular on Strengthen IPR Protection of the 26th World University Summer Games of Shenzhen, requiring strengthening IPR protection in five aspects including awareness, tasks, enforcement, coordination and popularization. Under the circular, the relevant departments should grasp the importance and urgency of IPR protection with full understanding of implementation of national IPR…

Price determination of software code
[November 19, 2012 – 03:11 pm]
Price determination of software code

All printers exhaust ink at some level of time and at that time quite possibly the cartridge has to be refilled or a new printer ink toner has to be installed in acquire to hold on printing any more.Printer is a equipment which calls for steady ink refill. All printers exhaust ink at some stage of time and at that time equally the cartridge has to be refilled or a new printer ink toner has to be installed in buy to carry on printing any more. Obtaining printer ink toner cartridge can be a frantic perform as there are a ld products com quantity of firms presenting the merchandise…

Financial capital valuation
[September 10, 2010 – 04:46 pm]
Financial capital valuation

Shang Fulin: go all out to safeguard the capital market and stable operation of the dominance of the market Who in the hands of mall and medium-sized plate two new shares listed on the 23rd of Deng data: Fund-wide exposure from movements in energy prices adjusted analysis of all three plate QFII magic predicted that oil prices rise again this round where the cattle market to retail investors after the yellow wood-shrinking stealth and long-term concern industrial capital Game financial capital of the South Fund Investment Director Wang Hongyuan, in the end of April this year…

Organizational intellectual property acquitions
[January 9, 2012 – 11:35 am]
Organizational intellectual property acquitions

Open Letter: Opposing the Patent Application of Tenofovir+Emtricitabine (TDF+FTC) 18th July, 2012 Dear  Director General, Department of Intellectual Property, Thai Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (TNP+) and non-government organizations working on AIDS, access to treatment, and public health have a grave concern when we acknowledge that Gilead Sciences, Inc. has applied for patents on the fixed-dose combination AVR tenofovir + emtricitabine (TDF+FTC) in Thailand with claims on dosage/dose, formulation, and combinations.  These ARV’s patent applications should not be awarded…

Valuating non-physical assets
[December 31, 2012 – 03:49 pm]
Valuating non-physical assets

Written by Jae Jun follow me on Facebook Twitter Dacha Strategic Metals (DCHAF) DCHAF is a rare earth holding company and is either very misunderstood by the market or the market just does not believe the business model will work. To bring you up to speed, the majority of Rare Earth Elements (REE) is controlled by China. When I talk about majority, I mean monopoly. China accounts for 97% of the world’s REE supply and because there is a lot of political power and games involved, REE prices skyrocketed last year but has come down since. REE’s are required in basically every new…

How to sell secret formula?
[April 26, 2011 – 12:13 pm]
How to sell secret formula?

The secret to succeeding in anything is to increase your probabilities. This may seem obvious, but are you using it to make sure you succeed? If you’re like most people, you aren’t. After playing poker professionally for five years, probabilities have become a part of the way I think. There are no guarantees in life. Only probabilities. You cannot start an online business and be guaranteed success. But you can dramatically increase your probabilities, if you know what you’re doing. This is true in any endeavor in your life. Relationships, wealth, happiness, health, fitness…