"Emlyn" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote,
> Harvey wrote:
> The way to win in the market should be to build a better product,
>not sabotage a competitor's product.
>"Should" in the market? Hmm...
Yes, "should" in the market! The government should avoid
price-fixing. Companies should avoid forming monopolies. Companies
should avoid blowing up other companies. CEOs should avoid
assassinating other CEOs. The proper way to compete in a true market
is to build a better product that can compete and win. Any other
method of avoiding competition is not the "market".
I stand by my statement. The way to win in the market should be to
build a better product. Sabotaging a competitor's product or company
is not a "market" process. It is a way of avoiding market
competition. Building a better product is extropian. Tearing down a
competitor's product so that you don't have to make your own better
-- Harvey Newstrom <HarveyNewstrom.com>
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