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Day August 14, 2014

Sponsor: Gaslight

Leap your toughest business problems in a single bound.

At Gaslight, we transform businesses with technology. Let’s work together to build custom software that gives your business superpowers. The kind that allow you to boost profits, innovate faster, launch a new revenue stream or radically improve productivity.

We believe in the power of:

Small, mighty teams: We’ll assign a strong dedicated team, often two developers and a designer, to work on your project.

Laser focused work: Our agile development process allows us to build software faster and focus on building the features that deliver the most value to your business.

True partnerships: We consider our clients part of the team and collaborate with them on a daily basis.

Read our case studies to see how we’ve given other businesses superpowers. Or reach out to kick off a project.

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Beleaguered

Amazon’s recent disputes with publishers (Hachette and Disney) shows a degree of market power that is closer to monopsony than to monopoly but this power is nevertheless real. It may not not be something that requires intervention, regulation or even scrutiny but market power is evident in both how companies operate and in how they are valued.

If you look at the following graph, it’s easy to spot those with “monopoly” power. The graph shows a short history of revenues/operating income and P/E ratios. Modest or no growth in earnings coupled with extraordinary high P/E ratios indicate that the market understands the business is not threatened by competition.

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