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Creative pricing strategies fit better today

As this shopping season draws to its conclusion there are winners and losers. The winners, for the most part, are those that have changed their pricing strategies to fit today’s economic times and promoted their changing policies aggressively. The losers seem to be those who approached the season in the same manner as they did … Continue reading

Champagne war between supermarkets

There seems no end between the price war for cheap champagnes. Never seen. The battle for the cheapest champagne is going on for a while. Carrefour started in November to put the price of three champagnes just under ten euro. Delhaize followed quickly, as Colruyt, which today claimed promotion with a champagne for 8.75 euro … Continue reading

Neelie Kroes European Commissioner for Competition Policy speech : commission accepts commitments from Rambus lowering memory chip royalty rates

Ladies and gentlemen, The Commission has today adopted a decision that renders legally binding commitments offered by US company Rambus Incorporated. In particular, these commitments put a cap on royalty rates charged by Rambus for certain patents for “Dynamic Random Access Memory” microchips (DRAMS). DRAMS are used to temporarily store data, for example in PCs’ … Continue reading