Called “reputation inflation,” too many 5-star ratings for a good or a service or a restaurant become increasingly meaningless.
Today’s “Back to the Future” looks back to the 1911 Standard Oil Supreme Court breakup decision and then at Amazon’s antitrust concerns.
Comparing the companies called big tech, we can see the similar ways that they grew, diversified, and became increasingly powerful.
After the Supreme Court said any state could charge internet taxes, the decision rippled across small, large, local, and remote businesses.
Nike’s Amazon problem related to the difficulty that most big brands would have with losing power at the Everything Store.
#TBT: Through the amazingly similar prefabricated houses that they both have sold, we can see why Amazon has been called the new Sears, Roebuck.