Big Tech antitrust regulation won’t be as scary as some think: Investor

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    CNBC’s Kelly Evans discusses what’s next for Big Tech antitrust with Paul Meeks, portfolio manager of Independent Solutions Wealth Management and The Wireless Fund, and Gene Munster of Loup Ventures. To see more of the interview with Meeks and Munster sign up for a free trial to CNBC Pro:

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