Oligopolies

Bring the Super League

© Provided by This Is Money MailOnline Logo The loud protests by the football establishment against the proposed European Super League come as no surprise. The Premier League, Fifa, UEFA and other objectors have been enjoying the big money for too long and hate the idea of ​​a business challenger …

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GCP and AWS will become the main drivers of global server demand

© Jakub Jirsak Dreamstime.com Analysis | April 19, 2021 According to the latest TrendForce surveys, with their flexible pricing schemes and diverse service offerings, cloud service providers have been a direct and major driver of business demand for cloud services. As such, the rise of CSPs has in turn resulted …

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Coinbase IPO inaugurates the next phase of the crypto bubble: invest like in 1929

The Roaring Twenties Crypto is a bubble and the Coinbase IPO (COIN) marks a new phase of the bubble. Let’s see where we are and how to fix it. First of all, a quick note on bubbles. Transformative technology bubbles Something can be transformative and bubble at the same time. …

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HHS Secretary Becerra to Focus on Anticompetitive Practices in Hospital, PBM and Pharmaceutical Industries

WASHINGTON, DC – March 26: Newly confirmed Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra (L) … [+] nudges Vice President Kamala Harris (right) during a swearing-in ceremony in the Eisenhower Executive Office building on March 26, 2021 in Washington, DC. Also pictured is Becerra’s wife, Dr Carolina Reyes (C). …

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As Westpac examines his Westpac NZ property, Gareth Vaughan wonders why someone could sell an oligopoly bank and who might want to buy an oligopoly bank

By Gareth Vaughan News from the Westpac Banking Corporation of Australia review his property of Westpac New Zealand asks some key questions: Why would you sell an oligopoly bank? And who could want to buy an oligopoly bank? New Zealand’s banking oligopoly, of course, consists of the Australian quartet of …

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