Source: Wikipedia, Interactive Magic , available under the CC-BY-SA License.
Interactive Magic was a developer and publisher of simulation computer games during the 1990s which was founded by MicroProse co-founder Bill Stealey in 1995 after the buyout of MicroProse by Spectrum Holobyte. Interactive Magic published the original Capitalism, Seven Kingdoms, Air Warrior II & III, Apache, Hind, iM1A2 Abrams, War Inc., iF-22, and iF-16, amongst other titles. They often used the brand name I-Magic instead of their full company name.
Since dropping the "Magic" part of their name, they are now known as iEntertainment Network.
Source: The Publisher Website.