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Old 08-31-2012, 04:32 PM   #11
ApK
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Originally Posted by VydorScope View Post
Is it? I do not blame amazon for trying to win, I would do the same, but if competition goes away, that is bad for everyone... except Amazon. For capitalism to work you have to have healthy competition.
You seem to be defining 'competition' as 'each player taking no action that might make another player lose.'

Competition is about trying to make the other players lose. All that capitalism requires is a playing field that allows others to play and try to make YOU lose, if they want to, and if they can.
Doing well and attracting a huge amount of customers is not anti-competitive.
Let B&N try to do better and earn those customers back. THAT'S competition.

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