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  • Alibaba AMZN EBay Online Retail Future  [View instapost]
    lot's of fake nike air max on aliexpress. you even mention company reps in your article. some factories in china make the real product for nike for example and then continue the production line and make fake Nike's.

    pretty easy to find the fake nike air max. here is one for example and there are many more.

    Buy your shoes from Zappos if you don't want to be very disappointed about the quality.

    I lived in China and worked in manufacturing. I did many orders for Nike and soccer clubs across Europe. Factory owners boasted of making fake products with European soccer club logos when I visited them while they were producing similar products for the real European clubs with consent from Nike.

    Unfortunately people don't seem to care about buying fakes both in and out of China. Alibaba will prosper I agree with you but they need to make a significant effort in curbing the sale of fake & counterfeit goods.
    Sep 12, 2014. 06:52 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Better Place's Swap Scheme Failed And Tesla's Is Likely To Succeed For Now [View article]
    Great Article comparing Better Place's model and Tesla.
    Vertical Integration will definitely help Tesla innovate faster than the market.
    Tesla will definitely be coming out with some impressive battery range in the next 3, 5 and 10 years. I agree with you when you state that the battery swap model may succeed for now but will be made irrelevant in the future with increased battery mileage. Average daily drive for a North American car user is about 60 miles.
    The Tesla Supercharger will also see great improvement and innovation over the next 3, 5 and 10 years. Shorter time to supercharge will make the battery swap obsolete.
    Jul 3, 2013. 07:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia Roulette [View article]
    How can you state this : "Nokia continually grinds to operating losses because of constant restructurings and lack of innovation."
    Nokia has put more effort in innovation then their competitors over the last ten years and will continue to do so in the future across all the entities of the company. That sentence from your article is simply wrong. Nokia will rebound in the long term thanks to the large attention they put into R&D...
    Apr 19, 2013. 03:40 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment