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Re: TALKING POINTS Microsoft Memo (Comes Antitrust)

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____/ George Barca on Monday 26 January 2009 00:45 : \____

> The reason I ask is because I have and I can assure you that this
> type of communication goes on all the time. Do you not believe
> that Pfizer is concerned about what Astrazeneca is up to? Do you
> not believe that research reports and so forth are fudged in
> order to keep the stock price up (ie:we almost have the cure for
> AIDS etc). Do you not think that Ford is trying like the dickens
> to learn how Toyota measures market share and reaction to their
> cars?

This memo is highly relevant for the reasons that I stated at the top: it
relates to a batch which shows paid-for (i.e. manufactured) cases against

This helps:

        * discredit the analysts who sell out

        * discredit the Linux-hostile 'studies' paid for by Microsoft

Transparency is typically honoured in an economy that does not lead itself to
bubbles (caused by recklessness and corruption), such as the one the world
encounters these days.

Obama too has realised that betterment will come through transparency, which
relates to honesty.

By the way, this is activism; it's not business.

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