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That ends up leading to a really massive consolidation around a few platforms.
Nowadays, technology is all about consolidation, and a printer is no exception.
Klobuchar’s bill, the Antitrust Law Enforcement Reform Act, seeks to address consolidation across industries, calling out “dominant digital platforms” specifically.
Then, at the end of last year, as media companies’ businesses rebounded, the consolidation trend returned.
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StackRox’s acquisition is part of some consolidation we have been seeing in the Kubernetes space in general and the security space more specifically.
Some consolidation is underway in the world of challenger banking apps.
“There are positive signs for companies on the stock market, but the consolidation is still there,” said Abeed Janmohamed, director of M&A consulting joint venture Waypoint Partners and VOGL.
A wave of consolidation led to more balanced — if still grim — changes in headcount at agencies this year.
Creative agencies, in particular, appear poised for further consolidation.

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