Lots Of Companies Choose To Stay In Denver

has been talked about a lot lately. Here is the latest info.

DTCC Reports Jump in Third Quarter Cash Flows into Annuity Products

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/dtcc-reports-jump-third-quarter-151700196.html

Lots of companies choose to stay in Denver

1 November 2013 | 2:34 pm DENVER (DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL) – While never matching the manufacturing prowess of Detroit and Chicago, the Denver metro area has a long history of creating useful and creative products. For example, the Colburn Automobile Co. manufactured cars at 15th Street and Colfax Avenue from 1906-11. The Fritchle Wind Power Electric Manufacturing Co. operated in what is now the Fillmore Auditorium in … http://www.9news.com/rss/article.aspx?storyid=362638

Biomet Announces Closing of Lanx, Inc. Acquisition

http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20131101005444/en/Biomet-Announces-Closing-Lanx-Acquisition

Kraft to remove artificial dyes from 3 products – NashuaTelegraph.com

2 November 2013 | 12:31 am NEW YORK Kraft says it plans to remove artificial dyes from three macaroni and. http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/business/1020296-464/kraft-to-remove-artificial-dyes-from-3.html

UPDATE: Downgrades

1 November 2013 | 2:11 pm In a report published Friday, analyst Connie M. Maneaty downgraded the rating on Avon Products (NYSE: AVP) from Outperform to Market Perform, and lowered the price target from $26.00 to $18.00. http://www.benzinga.com/analyst-ratings/analyst-color/13/11/4044241/update-bmo-capital-markets-downgrades-avon-products-foll

11 Surprising Vegan Foods – Business Insider

1 November 2013 | 2:02 am That includes meat, fish, eggs, milk and other dairy products, and even honey (which is made by bees). It also eliminates any animal-derived products like gelatin, which can come from the hides, tissues, or bones of cows and  http://www.businessinsider.com/11-suprising-vegan-foods-2013-10

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    Can Another Business Obtain A Trademark On A Business I Own? I obtained a DBA for my small business in January 2013. I had a cease & desist letter sent to another business who was using the same name and selling the same product in May 2013. In July 2013 this business obtained a DBA for the same name as my business, filed it as an LLC and trademarked the name. I was told when I obtained my DBA that if another business wanted to file with the same or similar name, they would be warned they could be subject to legal action. The other business is now sending me a cease & desist letter. What is my recourse? Is the business name legally mine because I started using it first? Also, the other business was well aware of my business name and my product prior to obtaining their DBA, LLC and Trademark. Thanks in advance for any assistance.
    This other company also purchased a domain name similar to mine. Ex., My domain starts with the word “THEE”, the other business domain starts with the word “THE”.

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      As a general rule, the first to use a distinctive brand in commerce has priority over anyone else who starts to use (let alone register) a “confusingly similar” brand. This is what is known colloquially as “trademarking”. Registration of a brand is completely optional in the USA, Canada, UK and several other “common-law” countries.

      You should be aware that a business name is not a trademark until it is USED as a trademark, that is, affixed to the products or used in association with the services.

      Your attorney will examine the circumstances (particularly the dates upon which you and the other company obtained enforceable trademark rights) and will suggest your legal options, which could include a petition to cancel their trademark registration (if they have one) because you were there first.

      Add: Also worth noting that “likelihood of confusion” is a lot more than just having a similar domain name. If they are making a fuss over something that could not POSSIBLY be a trademark infringement, you can sue them for even suggesting such a thing.

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    If The Gross Margin Is 71% & 72% YTD Of Net Sales, What Does That Really Mean? If the gross margin is 71% & 72% YTD of net sales, what does that really mean?

    Based on a retail store: Selling two main items – Product & Service
    YTD:
    * Budgeted YTD product sales is: $83,512 actual sales was: $72,276.
    * Cost of Sales: Budgeted YTD: $21,765, and actual is: $22,843.

    * Gross Margin: YTD: Budgeted $71,729, and actual: $52,574

    Gross Margin percentages: Budgeted: 85% (which I am assuming that they got this number from: 71,729/83,512%) and actual: 72%

    My approach to this answer is that the 71-72% mean that the company is spending about 70% of the dollar earned on the cost of selling the product and service? Therefore there is only a 30% profit, no other variable considered?

    Part 2:

    If the cost of sales is higher than budgeted, that does that say about the business operation in general? What recommendations can be given to the company to meet budget?

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