StanMoskovtsev

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On November 19, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on Cue it be real? :

Juan, thanks for the article – awesome technology! The main issue to me – it’s the accuracy and I like your idea of partnerships with hospitals to test it. I’m also curious about possible or potential competitors, pursuing similar or alternative technologies. Did you see any information about that?

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On November 19, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on OpenTable and the Restaurant Revolution :

Ross, thank you for the post! I agree with Jolynn that there is a huge risk for restaurants to depend on the only one player. Do you see any other risks for this model of partnership?

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On November 19, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on GE’s Quirky Idea :

Finally I’ve found a failure story! Thank you – it was very interesting to read! How do you think GE would pursue their innovation strategy and digitalization initiatives (if they would) after that not satisfying partnership experience?

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It is very interesting to see that India follows China’s footsteps -the same story was happening with China several years ago. It’s even more exciting, that Chinese companies want to take advantage on that growth – China’s Alibaba Group and affiliate Ant Financial have become the largest shareholders of One97 Communications, the parent of Indian Paytm.
Read more at:
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/49148651.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst

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On November 19, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on A Smarter P&G :

Thanks for the post! It’s very exciting, that traditional CPG companies are also going to digital! Although, you mentioned that there is a privacy risk. I’m curious are there any other risks, which could stop them pursue digitalization?

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On November 6, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on TESLA – an ambassador of sustainable future. :

Thanks Alex! Totally agree on your point – that’s why Tesla is trying to integrate further in supply chain!

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On November 6, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on TESLA – an ambassador of sustainable future. :

Thanks, Robbie!

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On November 6, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on From China with Love: How BYD is Dominating the Global EV Space :

Great article! To your point, BYD is also actively trying to enter or even create a public eTaxi market in the U.S. by introducing their e6 model, which has comparable range to Tesla, but costs much cheaper.
http://www.byd.com/usa/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/e6_cutsheet.pdf

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On November 6, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on Coca-Cola: Quenching the Thirst of the Future Sustainably :

Anthony, thanks for the post – very important topic! To your question about doing more – Coca-Cola is also one of the largest producers of plastic bottles. So, they are also trying to move in this direction, by reducing the plastic usage, recycling and introducing the world’s first PET plastic bottle made entirely from plant materials last year.
http://www.coca-colacompany.com/sustainabilityreport/world/sustainable-packaging.html#section-creating-more-efficient-packaging
http://www.coca-colacompany.com/press-center/press-releases/coca-cola-produces-worlds-first-pet-bottle-made-entirely-from-plants

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On November 6, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on Samsung C&T Corporation : Reducing Environmental Impact :

Jaydn, thanks for the post! As I understood Samsung C&T doesn’t include consumer electronics business – am I right? I am really curious how do they integrate their climate change strategy with their consumer electronics business. Are there any problems or synergies?

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On November 6, 2016, StanMoskovtsev commented on When Global Warming Regulations Heat Up: Ford’s Reaction :

Thanks for the post – very interesting! It seems that Ford is really trying to make their best selling car more fuel-efficient, but I’ve noticed, that they still continue to sell V8 5.0L engine models. Now, the fuel prices are low and there’s no customer incentives for the fuel economy. I’m curious which is the most popular version of Ford F series? Are customers buying more fuel-efficient cars or not?