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Another Professor Running Amok

If you need one more example of what's wrong with academia when it comes to technology, read the article Telecom Mergers Good For Competition: Study. A George Mason University economist argues that telecom mergers and consolidations lead to increased competition,...

If you need one more example of what's wrong with academia when it comes to technology, read the article Telecom Mergers Good For Competition: Study. A George Mason University economist argues that telecom mergers and consolidations lead to increased competition, not less competition. Let me get this right...when there are fewer companies vying for your telecom dollars, that means more competition? Voodoo economics anyone?

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