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Global weight loss management company Weight Watchers announced this week they renamed to WW, leaving many people confused by the rebrand. The stem of such confusion occurred when the chief executive was unable to explain what the letters WW stood for. They do not stand for Weight Watchers or “Wellness that works,” a phrase the company trademarked, but is instead a marque. Right. A marque of what, exactly?