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The essence of the CE Committee's (CEC) denials that prompted the appeal was that Energy Psychology remains "controversial and of uncertain acceptance" and that, "the CEC decision found that sufficient controversy existed to render uncertain the credibility of their claims and theory in the broader communities.
Stratospheric valuations on late-stage deals, combined with launch, promotion, and post- launch development costs that render uncertain the licensor's ROI -- even from almost-certain billion dollar products -- have prompted the realization that sustainable franchises, not single blockbusters, will be the key to success in the future, and that no single blockbuster -- no matter how large -- constitutes a franchise.