Monthly Archives: September 2011

Why Verizon Wins Appeal of FCC’s Net Regs

See my Forbes Tech Capitalist post here “Why Verizon Wins Appeal of FCC’s Net Regs.” It analyzes why the FCC’s net neutrality regulations will offend the Court of Appeals and why they are highly likely to be overturned. This is one of the most poorly...
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Netflix Crushes Its Own Momentum

See my Forbes post: “Netflix Crushes Its Own Momentum” here. “…Netflix has crushed its own growth stock momentum — and it won’t be coming back – that pixie dust is gone forever. Netflix will never be the same….”  ...
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Google 21st Century Robber Baron

See my Forbes post “Google 21st Century Robber Baron” which briefly tells the story of Google’s Robber Baron rap sheet, in advance of Google’s Wednesday Senate antitrust hearing. The post is documented with 79 links to the supporting evidence. The post also explains why Google’s...
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Netflix’ Uneconomics

Netflix’ continues to exhibit serious difficulties grasping basic economics, competition and value. First, Netflix is lowering its value to customers. Netflix now charges its subscribers’ 60% more in September in return for lots less premium content available for subscribers in February, as Netflix just lost Starz,...
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Top Ten Flaws in DOJ’s Case Against AT&T – T-Mobile

The DOJ lawsuit against the AT&T – T-Mobile merger has many serious flaws that will make it difficult for the DOJ to meet its burden of proof in court that this merger is anti-competitive. Court cases are precedent, fact, and merit driven, and DOJ’s case...
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