Kathryn Judge

Author of “Direct: The Rise of the Middleman Economy and the Power of Going to the Source”

Author of “Direct: The Rise of the Middleman Economy and the Power of Going to the Source”

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Amazon has taken bigger cuts of each transaction over the past seven years, and its artificially low prices contribute to inflation, says a Columbia law professor.

Tracking Amazon’s role in disconnection, inflation, supply chain clog

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