Bartiromo Trademarked ‘Money Honey’ 10 Days Ago

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By Dylan

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‘Money Honey': The Coloring Book?

An oddly-timed wrinkle in the undulating Citigroup-Maria Bartiromo controversy. TVNewser reports that the CNBC beauty had her nickname “money honey” trademarked on January 16.

So, what’s covered in her trademark?

Children’s educational and activity books, storybooks and workbooks, coloring books, comic books, diaries, calendars, bookmarks, posters, trading cards, book covers, decalcomania, stickers; stationery, memo pads, greeting cards, notebooks, notepads, ring binders, folders, pen and pencil cases, rulers, pencils, pens, pencil sharpeners, markers, rubber stamps, children’s paper placemats, lunch bags, gift wrapping paper, crayons, decorations for pencils, extensions and attachments for pencils, erasers, desktop organizers, coin albums, coupon books, and flash cards

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