Is business war?

  Last week I wrote an article regarding retailers needing to street fight to survive and described business and retail in particular as war. I cited an example of street fighting by referring to a retailer who copies items developed by other retailers and was justifiably taken to task by a couple of readers. With the benefit of hindsight this was a poor example and I apologise for any offence. We do not  approve of copying, nor do we approve of suicide bombers. What I do not shy away from

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