It’s not exactly what you’re looking for, but you might like it anyway.
I was once writing a technical manual, and I needed a company name to use in an example. Now, in technical writing, you should never use names of actual people or characters, or companies, owing to intellectual property or libel issues–so, no using “Mickey Mouse,” “Daffy Duck,” “Clark Kent,” “George Clooney,” or similar, in examples. And you only use proprietary company names if they are relevant: “For optimal performance, use only General Motors parts.”
I needed a fictional company name that sounded like it could be plausible. It was a boring manual, but could I spice it up a bit with a joke company name? Well, some company names are two or more words (Glaxo Smith Kline, Wild Leitz, Mercedes-Benz), so could I do something that way? And I eventually came up with this:
“For optimal performance, use only Tahellen-Bach parts…”