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a name or other device placed on merchandise to signify its ownership or manufacture

to set off by or as if by a mark indicating ownership or manufacture

to mark with disgrace or infamy

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a recognizable kind

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identification mark on skin, made by burning

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a piece of wood that has been burned or is burning

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a symbol of disgrace or infamy

burn with a branding iron to indicate ownership

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to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful

mark with a brand or trademark

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mark or expose as infamous

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The fact that we went public in 2004 and our stock is up 260% in one-and-a-half years, I think is a very public affirmation of how our brand is perceived.
Importantly, the members of your guiding coalition also "talk up" the need for a strong brand and the brand development process among their formal and informal constituencies.
It was clear that awareness of the USDA Rural Development brand as it currently existed was nearly zero.
CEO Todd Newfield says, "We as an organization have made it policy not to work with any brand that lacks a social and environmental consciousness -- and we have a 10 point checklist to decide.
Another change involving our understanding of brand has to do with how much involvement within a company is needed to create and sustain a strong, powerful brand.
HotJobs polled its online users--people who go to the web site to look for jobs--about the importance of brand when deciding whether to work for a company.
Louis-based market research firm, have conducted a brand image study called the "Super Brand" since 1998.
And while both automakers were careful to insist that their decisions were not solely related to Firestone's safety record, the unspoken message was clear: Firestone's brand is so badly damaged that it now places its partners' brands in danger.
Increasingly stiff competition combined with enormous market pressures that shorten brand timelines make achieving a drug's full sales potential much more difficult in today's pharmaceutical environment.
To analyze the effectiveness of brand management, Osborn & Barr and Marketing Horizons, a St.
As part of the your brand check-up, also take a close look at who is keeping the brand fire alive and burning.
With quality a given in today's product marketplace, why pay extra for a brand name?
Avant sees this as a classic market for proper brand management.
The way organisations manage their interactions with stakeholders will determine the strength of their brand and reputation.