There seems to be ongoing fighting over at the [[Certified Financial
over whether the page should be festooned with (r) and (tm) symbols
everywhere the trademarked title of the article occurs, including as
part of the article's title itself.
It is my impression (IANAL) that such usages are not necessary, nor
are they standard in English-language writing style, when the usage
is of a journalistic or encyclopedic nature rather than as part of
marketing materials. After all, Wikipedia has many articles, like
[[Coca-Cola]], that are named after trademarks, but don't display the
symbols demanded by the lawyers.
At any rate, if such symbols do remain in the article, they ought to
be done with proper Unicode characters (technically feasible now that
the site is entirely in UTF-8) rather than their ugly ASCII
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