America’s railroads are far more monopolized and even less regulated than they were a century ago.
The Monopolized Economy
Securus Technologies’s attempt to merge with a competitor would let a company known for price-gouging inmates become larger and even more powerful.
A new defense of the monopolization of the U.S. economy relies on cherry-picked data and misleading arguments.
The misery of air travel is a case study in why existing laws haven’t been enough to protect us from a new Gilded Age.
Robert Bork set in motion pro-monopoly policies that have ravaged the middle class, particularly in small-town and rural America.
An early investor explains why the social media platform’s business model is such a threat—and what to do about it.
Corporate-run agricultural co-ops are squeezing the very farmers they’re supposed to protect. Making them work again could help revive the heartland.
Taking on corporate concentration has gone from a fringe idea to a key plank of the party’s strategy. Here’s how that happened—and why it matters.
A single-payer system will degenerate into corporate welfare unless we take on health care monopolies.
A century ago, urban progressives and agrarian populists united around a politics of taking on corporate monopolies. The Democratic Party’s future may depend on doing the same today.