Big Tech: A Model Of Cooperation or Coercion?

Big companies tend to become more bureaucratic and inflexible after they’ve reached a certain size. Too much success or temporary market dominance can cause these companies to get complacent and forget that they exist to serve customers. With recent action taken by Big Tech, they run the risk of not providing enough value to their customers and user bases, which can result in lost revenue. Although seemingly impervious to any threat, their stocks can fall just as quickly as they rose.

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Dan Amoss

Dan Amoss, CFA, tracks aggressive accounting and other red flags that markets miss. He’s a student of the Austrian School of economics and Daily Reckoning fan since 2000. Agora Financial relies on Dan for macro market commentary as well as profitable plays like his 2008 call to readers to buy Lehman Bros. puts, which...

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