Stealing Ideas

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Imitation, they say, is the highest form of flattery. Unfortunately, in the world of business – like in Big Tech for example, it’s not flattering at all. It is in fact, heartbreaking and one that can spell the difference between an individual’s phenomenal success and failure. I am referring to the thievery of ideas by corporate giants from students, inventors or garage nerds. While we are living in an age of great ideas and innovation, we’re also seeing more audacious acts of thievery, especially intellectual property. Copyright infringements have become all-too-common between big companies an…

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