Communicators with Tim Wu
Technology watcher Tim Wu talked about his book, The Curse of Bigness. In his work, Mr. Wu argues that present-day big technology companies have power and influence similar to Standard Oil and U.S. Steel when they dominated the economy. Mr. Wu also asserts that tech companies are buying up small companies so they cannot grow large enough to become serious competitor. close
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