Should Apple Be Broken Up? Probably Not

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Apple just announced a slew of new services, so you know what that means? It’s a monopoly and should be broken up, at least according to Cale Guthrie Weissman.

In the two-hour presentation, Apple transformed from product maker to platforms and services provider; Tim Cook’s ambition is to control every aspect of its domain. And that should give many of us pause…Less than a month ago, Elizabeth Warren made headlines for her sweeping plan to break up the tech giants. Though she didn’t initially mention Apple, she later explained to the Verge that, yes, the Steve Jobs-founded company is also in her crosshairs.

I think certain tech companies need regulation, but I don’t think Apple is one of them (Yes, obviously I’m biased). The only thing Elizabeth Warren did was give reasons why no one will vote for her in 2020.

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  1. skipaq

    The current crop of Democratic candidates promise to give away just about everything while simultaneously taking away just about any incentive to be in business. The few good ideas will get swallowed up in a sea of debt that will make today’s deficit look as though we have been frugal.

  2. geoduck

    The only thing Elizabeth Warren did was give reasons why no one will vote for her in 2020.

    This is the silly season. The time when all the candidates say and do outrageous things to try to stand out from the mob. these same positions will then be used against them later on in primaries and if they make it that far, the general election. That aside, I don’t support Warren either.

  3. Lee Dronick

    “The only thing Elizabeth Warren did was give reasons why no one will vote for her in 2020”

    She has a few good ideas, as do most candidates from any Party, but overall I don’t support her.

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