The true stifler of innovation. A newly common practice in business where companies attempt to amass a large amount of capital via means of venture capital which they then use to purchase the market for which they are interested in selling to.

Often times, companies developing inferior technologies and products will succeed due to huge marketing muscle where superior technologies and products will fail.

It's sort of an attempt by smaller companies to duplicate current market manipulation that software giants like Microsoft engage in.

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