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How We Will Kill Uber & Hijack the Internet of Things

On the latest episode of The McFuture podcast, I spoke with the remarkable Jeremy Rifkin. He’s the best-selling author of The Zero Marginal Cost Society, advisor to Angela Merkel and the EU, and a Wharton lecturer. Having that many credentials is surelypunishable byhard labor in any self-respecting banana republic... Like [...]
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