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Maxims applied: Tesla's tactical error in suing Fisker

Posted on: 30-Apr-2008

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It’s a fundamental error to carry different positions in different image spaces, as it invariably backfires. Find out how it applies with Tesla who was a media darling before this. They won many awards for their innovative design, even though they could not get to deliverable product. After the suit against Henrik Fisker, the media turned on them. This maxim explains why . . .

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