Corporate Consolidation: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)



Big businesses are getting even bigger thanks to a rise in corporate mergers. John Oliver explains why that could make you want …

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24 thoughts on “Corporate Consolidation: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)”

  1. Oliver Sir we have only four major airlines because people doesn't have money to travel as much as in the past. Sad, it is because 9/11 had changed our economy in most areas. Also globalization had changed our world economy. I am totally disappointed. I love your program because it contains many important points and you have some great points.

  2. 12:30 I don't rent my cable box, I buy it from the cable company. Then, every couple years, they perform some hardware/software 'upgrade' whose only effect on service seems to be to make my owned equipment 'incompatible,' so I have to buy another.

  3. At&t was only bad if you lived in a big city during the time that iPhone was only on at&t. I've had at&t for 20 years and never had a problem

  4. I'm going to start leaving the same comment on every LWTWJO video YT makes me watch. NGL, used to love this guy but I hate seeing it literally every other video. I even scrubbed it from my watch history and YT search history and here we are.

  5. Fast forward 4 1/2 years, and you are now in a competition free zone. Corporations raise prices with impunity and blame inflationary pressures beyond their control. It doesn’t end well.

  6. They may say small businesses are the backbone of the economy but they forget to say that large corporations are the backbone of their campaigns

  7. I had to explain this to my husband once when he was telling me that he was going to boycott American Airlines because of how absolutely horribly they treated one of his best friends. But I told him who did he think he was going to fly with then? Every airline in our town or at the nearest large airport where a lot of our flights would have to go out of is either owned by American or has the EXACT same business practices. Oh, and that nearest large airport? It's Sky Harbor which is a hub for American airlines.

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