Letter from the Editor

Editorial: The Wake of Google's Wave

Article from Issue 124/2011
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A big company doesn’t just grow like a kid – it evolves, kind of like a star. And big monopoly companies have their own phases of evolution. The culture of the modern corporate world favors growth, and a company with monopoly-like power can grow quite explosively in a very short time. Who’s going to stop them while they swallow up whole markets and industries?

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