It would depend on factors like what the company in question is using their profits to support as well as whether the name chosen is merely for its aesthetic qualities or if the company truly has an allegiance to Satan. To me it seems the greatest danger of sin in this regard would be that of scandal, not necessarily a violation of the 1st Commandment.
Don’t be so sure. The pagan “gods” were always and will always be demons from hell (Ps 96:5). And though few worship them under the names they had in antiquity (Jupiter, Venus, Mars, etc.), they have more disciples now than ever before under new aliases such as Feminism, Indifferentism, Materialism, and Relativism.
…though this is actually a valid point, it could easily be a stumbling block to the scrupulous. :o
The only place I might draw the line from the OP’s post is “the name of an evil spirit”, but apart from corny heavy metal bands, who uses those names? Satan mineral water? Asmodeus candies? Never heard of any such thing.
We should start an “Is this a sin?” game at the Clubhouse, just for fun.