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May 19, 2004

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language hat

Viagara? Where can I get some?

language hat

Incidentally, I worked for PW back in the day, and none of us could believe after spending all that time and money they came up with the lame PricewaterhouseCoopers (note: one word). Also, the logo has a weird sequence of up-and-down letters (see upper left-hand corner here. Dumbasses.

Rethabile Masilo

I think they've since split into two entities, at least here in Paris, France. One remains PWC, with the wobbly logo, and the other is called Landwell, with a capital lettered, non-wobbly logo. I've never understood why they keep changing corporate names.

David Elworthy

> an exercise to the reader to figure out what letter new Ford SUVs are required to start with

I thought they started with a letter to the president saying "please give us tax privileges for destroying the world our children will inherit".

autoboy

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autoboy

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company logo design

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Very interesting article, I never really got the time to look for why companies named theirs with so unusual names, now I know why.

funny posts

Thanks for sharing this information i think they've since split into two entities, at least here in Paris, France.

Logo Design

well its soo good to see this information in your post, i was looking the same but there was not any proper resource. Keep it up...

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