TEDTalks : Margrethe Vestager—The New Age Of Corporate Monopolies / TED.
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- Distributor: New York, N.Y. : Distributed by Infobase, 2018.
- Copyright: ©2017
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TEDTalks: Margrethe Vestager—The New Age Of Corporate Monopolies (19:49);
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Margrethe Vestager wants to keep European markets competitive—which is why, on behalf of the EU, she's fined Google $2.8 billion for breaching antitrust rules, asked Apple for $15.3 billion in back taxes and investigated a range of companies, from Gazprom to Fiat, for anti-competitive practices. In an important talk about the state of the global business, she explains why markets need clear rules—and how even the most innovative companies can become a problem when they become too dominant. "Real and fair competition has a vital role to play in building the trust we need to get the best of our societies," Vestager says. "And that starts with enforcing our rules."
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