Capitalism dies if monopolies are allowed to block out competitors
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Submitted by rob (United States), Jul 23, 2010 15:25
Capitalism is great, but monopolies need to be kept in check. Intel stepped far over the line, and the company needs to be reminded that capitalism allows companies to sell products, not use political/dirty maneuvers to destroy competitors.
Intel is pretty corrupt, and they have no qualms about competing in ways that have nothing to do with reducing costs and aggressive selling. Rather, they have thrived by making it impossible for others to sell more than a deliberately capped amount of market share - to convey the appearance of free competition.
Intel needs to be soundly punished by regulators worldwide. This is not capitalism. It is corruption.
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|Actually based on transparency [145 words]||Lyle||Jul 23, 2010 17:26|
|⇒ Capitalism dies if monopolies are allowed to block out competitors [107 words]||rob||Jul 23, 2010 15:25|
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