“Who’s Behind Door Number 2? Better be You” – Howard Tullman

April 8, 2018 Christian Sarkar

I’ve written in the past about certain structural aspects of markets – especially concerning players who capitalize on the relative scarcity of prime assets or highly-desirable partners – which permits a limited number of those players with early access to, or control of, these kinds of assets to exercise an overwhelming competitive advantage in their […]

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