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No, a counterfeit item is much different to this case. A counterfeit item looks the same, has the same branding. An iPad and the Tab look similar, they certainly don't look the same (much like a Toyota Yaris, and a Hyundia Getz look similar), and they don't have the same branding. There is no way you can apply counterfeiting rules to this. You may as well say that people are too stupid to be purchasing products and must be protected from their own stupidity. If you are...
Not every Mac, it is only available on new Macs
they aren't selling a counterfeit item, the ones I have seen in the shop have the samsung logo on the back, that alone means they are not counterfeit
ok, so I will ask you again, when did they become the worlds largest company? Market size $ <> largest company $
When did they become the world's largest company? I thought they became the public company with the largest market cap?
All of which takes time to do, Apple can't immediately benefit from their share price, and as you have said, it they did it would discount their current shares, it is just a value placed on it by the share holders.
Not by Apple it can't be, they don't own it, the shareholders do.
The richest company in the world? Who would that be? Hopefully you aren't confusing Apple's market value with something they can actually use?
As I have said, I haven't seen anyone post this so called information, if you have it, and you are willing to claim it exists please post the links to it. Also Enron was a US based company, US law doesn't stand around the world.
Did their quarterly results fully document their confidential negotiations with Nokia that lead up to the law suit?
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