“What the case highlights is that originality is the key to survival in this cut-throat industry. Copying and clever upgrading are no longer viable, as companies become increasingly protective of their inventions and patent rights,” Korea JoongAng Daily writes. “Samsung must reinvent itself as a first-mover, despite the huge risks involved in acting as a pioneer, if it hopes to beat the competition.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Note: JoongAng Ilbo was first published on September 22, 1965 by Lee Byung-chul, the founder of Samsung Group.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Double07” for the heads up.]
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