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Exxellence is the Trade Mark department of Exxell where you can license existing International Trade Marks owned by Exxell, brand your own business with the unique E-tool or digitool and have logo's, slogans, intellectual property, patents / business-models and Trade Marks developed, registered, monitored, guarded & protected against infringements by E-pro.
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Community trademarks (CTM) we register with the european Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market, Alicante, Spain.
International trademarks we register with WIPO, World Intellectual Property Organization, Genava, Switzerland.
American trademarks we register with the USPTO, The United States Patent and Trademark Office, Arlington, Virginia.TRADE MARKSTrade Marks we register with OHIM, The Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market in Alicante, Spain.
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A Trademark Exxonerated?
From Tribune news services of www.chicagotribune.com
May 1, 2008
Members of the Rockefeller family took a fight with Exxon Mobil Corp. public Wednesday, challenging the oil giant spawned by John D. Rockefeller to split the roles of chairman and chief executive and focus more on renewable energy.
The family members, who call themselves the company's longest continuous shareholders, said they are concerned that Irving, Texas-based Exxon Mobil is too focused on short-term gains from soaring oil prices and should do more to invest in cleaner technology. Separating the leadership roles, they argue, would better position the company for challenges to come.
"They are fighting the last war and they're not seeing they're facing a new war," said Peter O'Neill, the great-great-grandson of John D. Rockefeller who heads the family committee dealing with Exxon Mobil.
"We feel tied very closely to this company, and that's why we feel so passionately about them becoming the best company they can be," said Neva Rockefeller Goodwin, an economist and family member who briefed reporters.
Exxon Mobil was formed by the combination of two offspring of John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil Trust. It is now the world's largest publicly traded oil company.
Members of the family are sponsoring four proxy resolutions that raise concerns about the company's leadership under Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson.
The resolutions call on Exxon Mobil to invest more in alternative fuels, cut greenhouse-gas emissions at its plants and from the fuels it makes, prepare a study of the consequences of global warming on developing nations, and split the board chairman and CEO positions.
Family members said they have spent years behind the scenes prodding the company to change its approach to the energy business.
Exxon Mobil spokesman Gantt Walton said the company has met with members of the Rockefeller family on several occasions and "respects the rights of all shareholders to make their views known," but it does not comment on details of meetings with shareholders.