Breach of Trust

The companies that form the pillars of the digital economy — Amazon, Facebook, and Google, among others — have come under real political scrutiny in recent years for alleged unfair practices. We spoke with leading experts on anti-trust law in the U.S. to find out what the risks posed to these companies by aggressive anti-trust litigation are and where those risks are highest.

One of the surprising aftereffects of the digital technology revolution, which so upended business as usual across vast swathes of the economy, has been the emergence of titanic firms with monolithic shares of various markets: Google in search; Amazon in retail; Facebook …

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