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Why do Giant Companies Step on Consumers? Part 2: We're Naming Names

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You know that giant corporations make mistakes. Sometimes by accident. Sometimes on purpose. The closer the company is to being a monopoly, the greater the chance they will step on our toes. This week’s article will delve into recent real world examples of giant companies stepping on our toes. We will be naming names and telling it like it is. We will look and some of the big players who are well known Like Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter (plus a few lesser known companies) who have caused us lots of annexed and frustrations. So tune in and turn on to this weeks episode of Working the Web to Win and learn which giant corporation stomp on us often with out a care as we explore Why Giant Companies Step on consumers - Part2: Where Naming Names.

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