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US sues Google over anti-competitive business practices | Money Talks

on October 20, 2020

The US government has filed a landmark anti-trust lawsuit against one of the tech industry’s biggest firms. The US Justice Department is accusing Google of strangling the competition by abusing its monopoly in the online search market. Several state attorneys- general have joined the DOJ in the case.. which is the most aggressive antitrust action against an American company in more than two decades. We spoke to Santosh Rao, head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners in Princeton, New Jersey.


Big tech is ‘dominating because they are doing the right things’: Analyst

on October 14, 2020

Santosh Rao, Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners, joins Yahoo Finance’s Zack Guzman to discuss the outlook for Amazon as it wraps up Prime Day 2020.


Palantir Had a ‘Very Successful Listing,’ Says Investor Rao

on September 30, 2020

Palantir Technologies Inc. had its debut on the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday. Santosh Rao, head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners, discusses the data mining software company’s performance on “Bloomberg Technology.”


Palantir investor on company’s market debut: Very good opening, the company has good momentum

on September 30, 2020

Palantir investor Santosh Rao, Manhattan Venture Partners, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to talk about the company’s market debut.


US President Trump approves ByteDance’s TikTok deal | Money Talks

on September 23, 2020

US President Donald Trump has granted approval to a deal that helps social media app TikTok avoid a US ban. Its owner, Chinese technology provider ByteDance is partnering with US computing firm Oracle and retail giant Walmart. But divergent statements from the White House and ByteDance are raising questions over the terms of the agreement. Mobin Nasir reports. For more we were joined by Santosh Rao Princeton, New Jersey. He is a Research Head at Manhattan Venture Partners.


Facebook faces Federal Trade Commission anti-trust probe

on September 16, 2020

The US Federal Trade Commission is reportedly preparing an antitrust lawsuit against Facebook, for using its market dominance to stifle competition. If found guilty, the social media giant may be forced to spin-off parts of its business. The company is also under pressure for allowing hate speech to spread on its platforms, which include Instagram and WhatsApp. Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael B. Jordan and several other celebrities have frozen their social media accounts for 24 hours, to draw attention to Facebook’s inaction against online hate speech and misinformation. For more on this, Santosh Rao joined us from New Jersey. He’s head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners.


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