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Amazon's profitability, or its lack thereof, is the most glaring problem with accusing it of exercising monopoly power.
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No, Amazon isn't a monopoly just because it bought Whole Foods

Amazon's profitability, or its lack thereof, is the most glaring problem with accusing it of exercising monopoly power.

The buckets of the Senate Republican healthcare bill -- not all hot air and cold water

By Charles Sauer, contributor

The bill walks a tight line between these diverse factions and at the same time makes room for some major reforms.

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The sharing economy is much bigger than Uber

By Jared Meyer, contributor

There have always been people who wanted to buy a hard-to-find product, find a place to stay, or figure out a way to get from point A to poi...

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Senate Republicans need to work on selling their healthcare bill to voters

By Quin Hillyer, contributor

Without a president to take the lead, painstaking work must be done by legislative leaders to attract such a rally.

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