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Where was Lina Kahn when Apple needed her?

From Amazon’s Antitrust Antagonist Has a Breakthrough Idea posted Friday by the New York Times: In early 2017, when she was an unknown law student, Ms. Khan published “Amazon’s Antitrust Paradox” in t... read more


Worldwide communications, the globalizing economy, the rash of privatization that has swept every inhabited continent -- all are signs of the growing importance of corporations. Business, in turn, nee... read more

Expecting the Unexpected From Jeff Bezos

Amazon has opposed states’ efforts to have e-commerce companies collect sales tax. It was the main beneficiary of the Justice Department’s successful pursuit of five publishers and Apple on antitrust ... read more

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Crowded Trade Exit

GuruFocus has detected 4 Warning ... by political leaders and antitrust legal minds. In a recent New York Times article, journalists are now sharing the debate about monopoly status and the anticompet... read more

Criteo Loses Facebook Preferred Status; A Peek At Google's Podcast Plans

The situation is not dire, since Criteo’s share of revenue from Facebook has dropped from 9% in 2016 to 4% in the past quarter, and it can still buy Facebook inventory, just without access to new prod... read more

SCOTUS says Patents are a Government Franchise, Not a Vested Property Right

Thus, patents are not property rights despite what the statute says to the contrary, and despite what the Supreme Court themselves have ruled to the contrary ... anything that qualifies as a breakthro... read more

Mike Adams, Monsanto, Nazis, and a Very Disturbing Article

But after reading the latest piece on GMOs by Adams, I have to wonder if he is literally dangerous. Here’s the title of his piece: Biotech genocide, Monsanto collaborators and the Nazi legacy of ‘scie... read more

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