Monster Companies Settle Name Differences Monster Cable sued hundreds of businesses last year for using the word "Monster" in their names. But a chain of mini golf courses fought back and took its case to the public. Now Monster Cable and Monster Mini Golf have settled their differences.
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Monster Companies Settle Name Differences

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Monster Companies Settle Name Differences

Monster Companies Settle Name Differences

Monster Companies Settle Name Differences

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The company Monster Cable sued hundreds of businesses last year for using the word "Monster" in their names. But a chain of mini golf courses fought back and took its case to the public. Now Monster Cable and Monster Mini Golf have settled their differences. Alex Cohen talks to Christina Vitagliano, founder of Monster Mini Golf, and Noel Lee, CEO of Monster Cable, about the resolution.