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Yeah it would cost too much, Since there will be high union wages, pension and benefits, plus all the taxes paid in various forms in the US just for the privilege of manufacturing in the US. Someone commented about assemble verse manufacturer, with most of the labor and environmental laws in this country today you will never see true 100% manufacturing back in the US it just too costly.
Actually I think the Government is trying to save the printing and wholesale distributor business. Honestly the only reason to fight this hard about something as stupid as this is they government must be afraid another heavy industry like printing companies will go by the waste side if people favor low cost e-books over a traditional book. They do not want to see people loose their jobs at printing companies. Why else presue this, so Amazon and keep giving away books at...
Even when Congress was drilling Apple, Apple would not give up secrets, It would have been easy for Cook to say to McCain it is coming in the next release. Apple true to form,
I would like to know if this is AI words or in fact these statement was made in court         If Amazon or the publisher are making statement about selling below costs, this is illegal, this is call dumping and predatory pricing, we all know Amazon is doing this as well as Walmart, however, they never come right out and say it.   Again i go back to the company who makes a product has every right to sell it for the price they want, and Publishers wishing not to allow...
Well here is another case manufacturer which believes the 5S is coming soon   http://casemachine.com/wp-content/plugins/cscart/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=263  
Oh come in he is a CEO, there is no peer pressure, it not like writers of books sign deals with multiply publishers, If people want to read the books his company has to sell the consumer can not go to another publisher and buy the book. Talk about illegal activities, why can writers sign deals with as many companies as they like, why do they have to be limited to one publisher. Yeah the publishers have to fear being left our since you can write a book and sell it on...
  When the FTC made that statement is not about the buyer stand point but the seller. In the case of the publishers, agreeing to the MFN may help them control pricing as they want. but the buyer can not be held responsible for the seller actions. Just because and MFN exist, the sell is free to sell to everyone at the same price, all it will guarantees the buyer with the MFN would never pay more than anyone else. In Apple case if the publisher still sold to Amazon at $10...
For those not familiar with the MFN clause (Most Favor Nation) this is standard in contract price negotiation and many time there are stipulation around this clause since a company would never guaranty a buyer of their products the best price under any and all conditions. Many time if you are new to doing business with a company your ability to get an MFN is next to zero % because they usually have it with another buyer and can not grant the same MFN two buyers. Also...
Speak to any kid, they will not wear a watch no matter what, Cook statement was accurate, your statement about transition from pocket to wrist was quick is inaccurate, it took decades for that transition to happen. Kid today see no reason for time keeping, and if they really need to know the time they look at their phones.   Cook also said single use wearables are good however combining multiply use into a wearable has been less then usable. He also said wearables do not...
Okay, if people are not using NFC payment or Google e-wallet to do mobile payment how are mobile payment hitting $235.4B in 2013, what mobile system are people using. The article said money transfer but those are not mobile payments. Unless they assuming a CC transaction is a money transfer and it is mobile because you carry a credit card on your person, well most people carry cash and checks too are those also included?
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