Nope. There are some pretty strict rules on what you get to name your corporation. Most of those rules can be found in a document regularly updated by the Secretary of State (in California) — click here to take a look. For example, in California, a corporation need not have “Inc.” at the end of its name, but an LLC needs to have “LLC”, or “limited liability company”, after its name. And here’s a new one, even on me: The word “Holding” or “Holdings” is considered to be a “dropped” word in a corporate name, i.e., it’s ignored for purposes of figuring out if your name matches one already taken. For example, Herzog Wonderful Legal, Inc. is the same as Herzog Wonderful Legal Holding, Inc.