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Google is at odds again with the EU. The latest conflict centres on mobile phone patents. The European Commission says that Motorola Mobility, a wholly owned subsidiary of the American search giant, is engaging in anticompetitive behaviour by putting an injunction on Apple in Germany for infringing on its patents. The Commission's preliminary anti trust finding could lead to a large fine for Google.
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Mark Jenkins is professor of business strategy and director of research at Cranfield School of Management. His forthcoming paper on technology in Formula 1 ‘Innovate or imitate: The role of collective beliefs in competences in competing firms’ with be published in Long Range Planning.
AgainstThe relentless push for innovation in Formula 1 has a negative effect on the technology
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Profile: Dr Paolo Aversa
Paolo Aversa is Marie Curie research fellow at the Faculty of Management at the Cass Business School, City University London. His current project, related to Formula 1, was awarded with the Marie Curie Fellowship PEOPLE-FP7-IEF. He teaches advanced strategy analysis for the MSc in management.
The relentless push for innovation in Formula 1 has a positive effect on the technology
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