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  Well, that's a mouthful of BS.   Firstly, Eisenhower was a fiscal conservative.  After the WW2 (and the Korean war), while the highest tax bracket remained high, Eisenhower aggressively cut gov't spending against liberals', "the spenders", dire warning that the economy would relapse back into depression. As the gov't spending was cut, private demand / consumption grew. Throughout the 50's, the economy remained strong & inflation low, so much so that W. Martin created...
    And in R&D and CapEX as well.  Not sure what your point is?
  EC hasn't fined Samsung yet.
Umm..  so how exactly do riders get real-time location update underground?     it's not NYT, it's WSJ. 
  That's why Apple is Samsung's #1 customer. 
  Apple should hire him away.
  This might also explain the huge increase in Apple's CapEx in recent quarters (first time outspending Intel, but not Samsung).     
  what incentive is there for China mobile to be competitive?  All three major mobile operators are state-owned.
    No, you are wrong as usual.  That's Nokia. 
  Why?  The US is Apple's only dominant market; Samsung is winning pretty much everywhere else.
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