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 Is yellow pages a registered trademark?

Answer "Yellow Pages" is a registered trademark owned by the Telstra corporation. The Yellow Pages "walking fingers" logo is also a registered trademark owned by Telstra. Using either the term or the logo... Read More »
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The Use of a Registered Trademark Symbol in Documents?

Registered trademark symbols indicate ownership of the referenced produce or service, according to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Press releases, reports, articles and other documen... Read More »
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Is there a standard font size that the registered trademark symbol should be?

According to Fonts.com, a registered trademark symbol should be slightly smaller than half the x-height (or lowercase height) of the preceding letters. The symbol should also become proportionally ... Read More »
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When was the last time you actually used a phone book, such as yellow book or yellow pages?

A phone book has many uses:1) It can be used as a doorstop2) It can be used as a pedestal for your monitor3) It can be used as a scrapbook for those newspaper cuttings that you've painstakingly col... Read More »
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Who created the Yellow Pages?

The Yellow Pages was created by Reuben Hamilton Donnelley in 1886. Donnelley launched the Chicago Directory Company while at the helm of R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co., a publishing company founded by h... Read More »
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