More Tech Regulations: How Countries are Preparing to Limit the Power of Big-Tech

$7.5 trillion: That’s the combined market capitalisation of the five big-tech companies — Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, and Facebook — at the end of 2020, according to the Wall Street Journal

If these five big-tech companies were a country, it would have been the world’s third-largest economy, just behind the United States (2019 Nominal GDP in Current U.S. Dollars: $21.43 trillion) and China (2019 Nominal GDP in Current U.S. Dollars: $14.34 trillion)

McKinsey’s Nine Imperatives: Building ‘future-ready’ organizations

Tesla made a radical decision to open-source its patents and encourage other companies to use its intellectual property. Tesla recognized that it couldn’t grow without partners that would build charging stations and offer services to create the infrastructure to support electric vehicles. By putting itself at the centre of a burgeoning ecosystem of partners, Tesla laid the groundwork for its own explosive growth.

Why Uber Eats Failed in India

For Uber Eats, the late entry in the Indian market might be a disadvantageous factor, but its exit is more of a strategic failure. The market has accepted another late entrant in the online ordering space. Since the inception of its operations in 2014, Swiggy has made its way to a billion-dollar valuation in four years, forcing Zomato, started in 2008, to play as catch-up.