The Data Oligopoly That Could Choke Innovation


Joseph Schumpeter was deeply worried about innovation. The renowned economist, who coined the term creative destruction , championed entrepreneurship as the engine of economic growth but feared that small players lacked capital, the key resource needed to implement their pathbreaking ideas. Fortunately, he turned out to be wrong. Since the 1950s, a thriving ecosystem of angel investors and venture capitalists .....
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