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Big by Matt Stoller


Matt Stoller is a writer who focuses on monopoly power. He is the author of the Simon and Schuster book Goliath: The Hundred-Year War Between Monopoly Power and Democracy. He is the Research Director of the American Economic Liberties Project.

     


                 

6 recommended articles and videos in the "Big by Matt Stoller" category.
1.  Beef Is Expensive. So Why Are Cattle Ranchers Going Bankrupt?  

2021-05-07


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Independent cattle producer advocate Bill Bullard explains the problem. It's the monopolies, stupid.

2.  Is Biden Accidentally Giving the Green Light to Mega-Mergers?  

2021-04-30


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The Federal Trade Commission let a $39B pharmaceutical merger through without any scrutiny, and the Antitrust Division let Michael Milken roll up the salt market. Where's the change?

3.  One Benefit of Biden's Capital Gains Tax Hike: Fewer Mergers  

2021-04-29


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Joe Biden's tax changes will slow the merger boom. And it will hit private equity particularly hard.

4.  Roku, Match Group, and Tile Heat Up the Civil War in American Business  

2021-04-26


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Opponents of the big tech monopolies are coming out in force. Match Group, Tile, Roku, Epic Games, Spotify, and the News Media Alliance are ripping apart the consensus in the business community.

5.  Break Up the Ivy League Cartel  

2021-04-25


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Harvard, Yale, and the other top schools descended from an elitist Puritan tradition are wrecking the great post-World War II democratization of education.

6.  FTC Nominee Lina Khan Fires a Warning Shot at Big Tech - “Potential Criminal Activity” - and Senators from Both Parties Love It  

2021-04-21


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The Senate Commerce Committee holds a nominating hearing for the most important scholar on antitrust since Robert Bork. She warns of potential criminal activity in the adtech world.