In Romania, you could apply thousands of tried and tested business ideas.I'm not saying it's easy to start them all up, but do some market research and I'm sure you'll realize that when you're first to market with something that brings quality and value, you'll be doing really well here. In America you can get everything you've ever dreamed of: Game Boy, Sega Genesis, plants that look like faces, and more.I know what you're thinking, how can Romania possibly top all that considering America is also the land of Root beer floats and Antoine Dodson?Almost every single institution needs to be rebuilt so why not roll your sleeves up and put in some work? Don't believe me, just try ordering a shot of vodka when the vodka is being sold at a higher measure than the amount which fits the shot glass. Yet in the US, there are certain areas in certain cities where walking for that bread or milk can increase the chances of your violent demise exponentially. (If you're a man) The beautiful women that live here are usually also smart, nice, and classy. (If you're a woman) The guy you're dating will most likely seriously consider you wife material and isn't playing games. When you want some cultural variety, you're only a couple of hours away from other cool countries in Europe.Here it's the kind of thing you may worry about if you get married to a violent alcoholic, but why would you do that? Return flights from Venice for 0, Rome, Barcelona, and Paris not much more.My personal dream is a Mexican food truck, dishing out deliciously authentic burritos. At the supermarket, you can actually find items in the grocery aisles that are made from less than five ingredients.
This counters the claim that Dogaru’s mother, Olga Dogaru, burned the paintings.
Germany has barred Amazon from drawing in online shoppers who misspell iconic German sandal maker Birkenstock in their Google searchers.
"Amazon reportedly won business for common Birkenstock misspellings by booking variants like 'Birkenstock,' 'Bierkenstock,' and 'Birkenstok' in Google Ad Words, so that they produced search results for shoes sold in Amazon.com," reports Quartz. "The Amazon marketplace, which operates as an 'open market,' creates an environment where we experience unacceptable business practices which we believe jeopardize our brand," David Kahan, Birkenstock's CEO for the Americas, wrote in a memo at the time.
From the report: According to Reuters, Birkenstock turned to the court because it feared shoppers might unwittingly buy shoddy counterfeits, which could damage its brand reputation. A year later, Kahan denounced Amazon in a lengthy memo for attempting to get Birkenstock retailers to sell it their inventory, even though the company had explicitly removed its sandals from in the U. "I share in no uncertain terms that this is unacceptable and will not be tolerated," Kahan wrote.
"For us, Amazon is complicit," Birkenstock chief Oliver Reichert told German magazine Der Spiegel, according to Reuters. Besieged by counterfeits and rogue merchants, the company said it would no longer supply products to Amazon for U.
The trial, labeled by the pulp press as “The Bonfire of the Masterpieces,” will resume on September 10, 2013.