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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Conglomerates Didn’t Die. They Look Like Amazon.

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nytimes.com
– By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN
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Just as investors were mourning the demise of the old-style conglomerate, Jeff Bezos’ company announced it would stretch its boundaries by buying Whole Foods.
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@ahawkinson: It’s a myth that conglomerates are dead. They’re now dressed up with Silicon Valley flair, says @AndrewRSorkin nyti.ms/2sMGbD3
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@SteveCase: It’s a myth that conglomerates are dead. They’re now dressed up with Silicon Valley flair, says @AndrewRSorkin nyti.ms/2sMGbD3
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