Big Tech’s experimental projects won’t be funded, says Big Technology Newsletter’s Kantrowitz

Big tech's experimental projects won't be funded, says big technology newsletter's kantrowitz

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Alex Kantrowitz, Big Technology founder, joins ‘TechCheck’ to discuss whether there’s an advantage for proven technology companies, if there’s a silver lining in the labor market and if Microsoft is in a stronger position to put incumbents out of business.

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