Dangerous Competition

Author: Richard Telofski
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595176925
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Concentrating not on the "physical corporation" but rather on the "virtual competitor," the book examines the issues critical to the analysis of intelligence obtained about an ebusiness competitor.

Insidious Competition

Author: Richard Telofski
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450230431
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In 2001, I wrote my second book entitled Dangerous Competition. In the chapter
entitled “Brands Moribund,” I posited that due to the decrease of information
asymmetry, enabled by the Internet and its robust search capabilities, brands
would soon not be needed to identify quality offerings.29 Well, here we are
almost a decade later and brands are still very much needed. Perhaps even
more so. Presently on the Internet, brands still serve their function to instantly
communicate quality, ...

The Dangerous Summer

Author: Ernest Hemingway
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9780743237130
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His work with the muleta was effective and interesting. His classic passes were
well made and he had a great variety of all types of passes and used them
extensively. He killed skillfully without exposing himself excessively. I could see
he could kill really well if he wanted to. I could also see why he had been the
number one bullfighter in Spain and the world (that is the Spanish way of ranking
the places) for many years. I could see what dangerous competition he would be
for Antonio ...

The Dangerous Passion

Author: David M. Buss
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684867869
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To understand the sperm-retention theory, we must introduce the broader theory
of sperm competition. Sperm competition occurs when the sperm from two
different men inhabit the woman's reproductive tract at the same time. Although
the woman's egg, once ovulated, is only viable for 12 to 24 hours, men's sperm
have a longer shelf life. Sperm can remain viable within the woman's moist tract
for up to seven days. The upshot is this: if a woman has sex with two different
men within the ...

Japanese Competition Silver Standard Countries Effect Of Competition On Our Agricultural And Manufacturing Industries Remedy

Author: Francis Griffith Newlands
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Now, if this competition is a dangerous competition to the cheap labor of Europe,
the cheap labor of Germany and the cheap labor of England "where wages are
only half the wages which prevail in this country, how much more dangerous will
that competition be with this country? We have not felt it as yet, because we have
not been exporting to those countries in any large degree. We have contented
ourselves with merely manufacturing for our domestic market, but what tariff wall
can ...

Oecd Competition Assessment Reviews Greece

Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264206094
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In relation to the limited number of transporters allowed to transport dangerous
products on passenger ships, the national provisions may raise transport costs
and lead to higher prices, enhancing the market power of incumbents, distorting
competition and even leading to anti-competitive behaviour. The provisions aim
to ensure the safety of passengers and of sea transport. However, the relevant
objectives are adequately ensured by the ministerial decision transposing the
IMDG ...

American Competition

Author: Moreton Frewen
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... I anticipate a future dangerous competition for the English farmer, I will dwell
on the detail of the operation. You will bear in mind that feeding in America is
costly, because where food is cheap, there invariably the winter is intensely
severe, and also timber is scarce. Without timber it is impossible to build sheds,
and as the maize crop upon which we have hitherto relied is very capricious,
seldom being good two years in succession in the same locality, it is AMERICAN
COMPETITION.

Killing The Competition

Author: Martin Daly
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351510169
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How inertial—how “impervious to change”—is that?32 There are at least two
important “material” foundations for these lethal honor contests: inequitable
access to resources, which inspires escalated and sometimes dangerous
competition, and a lack of access to law enforcement, which obliges self-help
justice. In their book's concluding section, Nisbett and Cohen seem pessimistic
about the prospects for an amelioration of the southern culture of honor, but they
propose on their very ...

Dangerous Others Insecure Societies

Author: Michalis Lianos
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131715486X
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the 1930s in Germany, in the so-called Freiburg School. Michel Foucault
recounted its emergence in his last seminars at the College de France in the late
1970s, obviously interested in pointing out the contemporaneousness of a
thought that appeared nearly half a century before, but was taking on outstanding
importance at the time when he taught, as the Welfare State seemed to be in
crisis due to the effects of what began to be described as globalization i.e. world-
wide competition.

Hearings And Arguments Before The Committee On Banking And Currency Of The House Of Representatives

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking and Currency
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Now, if this competition is a dangerous competition to the cheap labor of Europe,
the cheap labor of Germany, and the cheap labor of England, where wages are
only half the wages which prevail in this country, how much more dangerous will
that competition be with this country ? We have not felt it as yet because we have
not been exporting to those countries in any large degree. We have contented
ourselves with merely manufacturing for our domestic markets, but what tariff wall
 ...