Facing Antitrust Pressure, Google Starts Spinning Its Own Too Big to Fail Argument

Facing Antitrust Pressure, Google Starts Spinning Its Own Too Big to Fail Argument


On Friday June 14, 2019, Patrick Howell O'Neill at Gizmodo wrote:
While billboards go up in Silicon Valley calling for the break up of big tech, executives at Google and Facebook continue to argue that the massive scale of their companies is a key asset in the emerging tech cold war between the United States and China.

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We come from the future. Patrick Howell Oneill has recently written 5 articles on similar topics including :
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