CNBC’s Bartiromo Ditches ‘Money Honey’ Trademark for Consumer Products

Mar 29, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Maria Bartiromo has allowed the trademarks on her 1990s bull-market nickname "Money Honey" expire for several consumer trademarks, the New York Post reports.

While Bartiromo had reportedly initially disliked the name, she filed in 2007 to trademark the term across several products ranging from a Website to toy action figures, the newspaper says. The Post adds that the Bartiromo’s lawyer couldn’t be reached to explain why the trademarks had been abandoned.

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