Every day, thousands of companies like your own engage in an all-out battle for a valuable prize: other people’s business. Car companies introduce more powerful engines, restaurants dream up tastier meals, promised toothpaste results are whiter and brighter.
 More recently, some companies have decided that instead of changing their product, they can change the law — or the market — to fit their product. And thanks to our national love affair with the phrase, ...

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