Because MJ Group is having the biggest customer database among Vietnam e-commerce players.
Multivariate models, finding daily correlation between factors and revenue.
|Viber||Best for free call||
||Unsolicited messages from Chinese users|
|Zalo||Flow & interface very similar to WeChat thus lower learning curve||Spam friend requests from teenage strangers with incomprehensible language|
|TalkBox||Hold to talk||Old & boring interface|
What product(s) are you using? How can I add you on that service?
- Share price drops.
- The ban is only on legacy products. Galaxy S3 unaffected.
- $1b fine is too cheap to secure #2 position and #1 in China & Asia-Pacific.
- $1b fine is too cheap compared to $25b profit from copying since 2007.
- Good publicity: Samsung is set in consumers’ mind as #2 smart phone maker.
Chart from Reuters
A comment on criticism by Carly Fiorina and Gordon Bethune.
The biggest challenge to Facebook right now is going mobile.
Effectively, Facebook is still in product development phase. It needs a war-time leader, a geek not a slick businessman.
The mobile app, mobile ecosystem industry is still growing without an emergence of a dominant giant. How many business CEO are there who are experienced to run a mobile company?
Mark would do well to take the advice of people who have done it before…
Which one is your favorite?
McDonald’s will find itself competing with:
- Approximately 90 KFC stores
- Approximately 90 Lotteria stores
- Approximately 60 Pho 24 stores
- Approximately 22 Jollibee stores, which owns 50% Highlands Food which owns Pho 24
- Countless street food bread, sticky rice stalls and local noodle houses
This comes after Starbucks.
Photo credit: razzlyberry
- Luxury products: prospect for high margin
- Fashion products are not standard thus allow for better margin
- With the investment Reebonz can afford a price war until competitors die off
- Aims at building brand loyalty
"The market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent."
John Maynard Keynes